Your Future, Your Choice

Some family of mine sent me this book recently: Your Future, Your Choice: Christian Character in a Changing Economy, by Kerry J. Koller. It’s short, and covers the basics of how this guy thinks Christians should relate to money and the economy. Much of it was straight forward—don’t have lots of credit card debt, for example. But there were a few interesting ideas that don’t show up in other personal-finance type books.

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Isn’t this called ‘fascism’?

As I walked to work this week, these guys from American Express were handing out brochures. Something about the things they were saying (“bypass airport security!”) sounded sufficiently confusing to me that I picked up a brochure. It turns out, what they’re pitching is this new Clear Card product.

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