In God Wants You to Be Rich, bestselling author Paul Zane Pilzer provides an original, provocative view of how to accumulate wealth and why it is beneficial to all of humankind A theology of economics, this book explores why God wants each of us to be rich in every way physically, emotionally, and financially and shows the way to prosperity, well being, and peace of mind.Pilzer explains that the foundation of our economic system is based on our Judeo Christian heritage and includes chapters on a variety of financial issues from outsourcing and unemployment to the rise of technology and real estate Table of Contents1 God Wants You to Be Rich2 The Covenant3 The Search for Camelot4 Economic Alchemy5 What s Happening to Our Jobs6 The Workplace of the 21st Century7 Money8 Government9 LeadershipAppendix The Principles and Six Laws of Economic Alchemy...
|Title||:||God Wants You to Be Rich: How and Why Everyone Can Enjoy Material and Spiritual Wealth in Our Abundant World|
|Publisher||:||Touchstone Reprint edition December 4, 2007|
|Number of Pages||:||288 pages|
|File Size||:||782 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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God Wants You to Be Rich: How and Why Everyone Can Enjoy Material and Spiritual Wealth in Our Abundant World Reviews
Lots of uplifting and encouraging words. Helps you move beyond the stigma about having too much money is evil.
The title can be misleading, but the book is very helpful in understanding modern economics.
I met professor Pilzer in Dallas and have read many of his books ever since.
I haven't decided whether or not the title of this book is making it more saleable or not. I had a totally different idea about what this book would be about because of the title, and since I hadn't read anything else by Pilzer at the time, I was skeptical.
Pilzer's history on economics and how money, when used with healthy intentions, can be an added blessing to anyone's life. He gives a complete view of where misconceptions of misuse of wealth and the myth of too much money being a bad thing to have. Being raised in a family where we were told that too much wealth is not a good thing to wish for, don't be greedy, and only obtain what you need, it was refreshing for me to hear how money can give you the time you need to do those things you want to do. Money is not evil, and it is okay to be rich.
This book was right on time and it definitely let's us know that God has an abundance of everything!