Ben Witherington Responds to Christian Myths About Money

New Testament scholar Ben Witherington III joins Charles Morris for a new interview on what Scripture teaches about money. Considering recent food shortages, price hikes, and the looming fear of recession, there may be no better time than now for Christians to consider their relationship with Jesus and their personal finances.

Offering sage wisdom and curt biblical advice, Witherington takes a no nonsense approach to building a biblical framework around how Christians should handle their money. For him, it starts with one often neglected truth — your money is not your own, but the Lord’s.

Jesus & Money: A Guide for Times of Financial Crisis

In the wake of a sobering global recession, many Christians realize they need to rethink their approach to money.

In Jesus and Money, respected New Testament scholar Ben Witherington III explores what the Bible does – and doesn’t – say about money. In this book, he clearly and concisely examines what Jesus and his earliest followers taught about wealth and poverty, money and debt, and tithing and sacrificial giving to help readers understand the proper role of money in modern Christian life. Along the way, he critiques the faith promise and health-and-wealth approaches to these issues, showing what good stewardship of God’s possessions really looks like.

Church study groups, pastors, church leaders, students, and all who are concerned about making sense of money in a world of economic uncertainty will value this book.

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1 Comment

  • Crawford says:

    Outstanding interview. I’ve been praying for direction in handling what God has blessed me with. This confirms my thoughts. I could be doing more..

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