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On The Destiny of Nations (WV02)

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RESOLVING OUR ECONOMIC CRISIS

An informed Christian Challenge to absurd economic policies, left-right political games, and to a frequently irrelevant church.

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RESOLVING OUR ECONOMIC CRISIS

An informed Christian Challenge to absurd economic policies, left-right political games, and to a frequently irrelevant church.

Resolving Our Economic Crisis gives policy makers and other leaders the premises and solutions they can use to substantively address a worldwide, crucial situation.

We must acknowledge, for instance:

This global economic crises is not a mere recession. It is a restucturing of the financial systems of the world.

The crisis will have three phases, and likely last over the next decade as the size of the debt and the escalating demographic claims on current social systems further reveal the brokenness of governmental social systems.

As God uses this crisis to press His church to take appropriate responsibility and re-centers us on Christ’s passion for seeking first the Kingdom of God, Destiny of Nations becomes an invaluable tool.

Excerpts from ON THE DESTINY OF NATIONS

“Therefore, let it be clear to friends and foes alike, that when we are talking about discipling nations and teaching themt to obey the teachings of Christ in a biblical manner, that process cannot be forced in the political context.  It can only be modeled by our own communities and powerfully argued by reason of the common good of both society and the souls of men and women.”

“We need to bring principles, not politics, to the process. Criticizing the political parties and their shortcomings puts us on the wrong foot.  Principles are far more important than personalities or political parties.  Take the high ground in any fight, if possible.  There are already too many critics and not enough problem solvers.”

“We have many officials on all levels of government who do not have an adequate grasp of economic principles to be in positions whre they are making budget and expenditure decisions.  Many of them also lack the expertise to understand the consequences of those decisions.” – Written by Dennis Peacocke