Bob Dylan: “Money doesn’t talk, it swears…”

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There are times when I think all our efforts at calling for reform in the church are really at an amateur level when compared with those who resist change and reform for whatever reason. But reading this maybe we are much better off being amateur instead of being part of a sordid financial world.

This article by Dawn Eden Goldstein in gives some insight into how wealthy individuals use their wealth to gain influence and positions of power within the church to further their own political and ideological positions.

The Gospel was clear and correct, Matt 6:24, you cannot serve both God and mammon.



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