The Christian Capitalist Review

Last Updated on June 27, 2024 by ellen

Check out my Christian Capitalist review to learn more about this Christian finance book that discusses the two pillars of Christian belief: working hard and giving back.

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Check out my Christian Capitalist review to learn more about this Christian finance book that discusses the two pillars of Christian belief: working hard and giving back.

The Christian Capitalist Overview

The Christian Capitalist explores various scriptural references that support twin pillars of Christian belief: 1) working hard to make a productive benefit from talents and materials that God has provided all people; and 2) giving generously to share those benefits with our neighbors in the name of Jesus Christ.

Through a discussion of Holy Scripture, it analyzes various passages that relate to these concepts of productivity and generosity, along with two thousand years of history discussing the good works of Christians as examples. Ultimately, this book develops a philosophy that is uniquely Christian and capitalist: the Gospel of Hard Work and Generous Giving!

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Who is the author of this book?

Rich Sanders is the founding pastor of Online Home Church in the Episcopal Diocese of Atlanta, which has met weekly online since the pandemic shutdown in March 2020. He earned his Master’s in Divinity from the Candler School of Theology at Emory University in 2015.

Rich follows a bi-vocational calling, so he serves in ministry and in business. As the retired President of Southern Health Lawyers, he practiced law for nearly thirty years. He has been named annually to The Best Lawyers in America- Healthcare since 2011, and he is a past president of the Georgia Academy of Healthcare Attorneys.

Rich is the founder of the charitable organization St. Michael’s Mission, Inc., which is a ministry organized to assist and serve active duty and veterans of the armed services. He is a retired volunteer chaplain at the Interfaith Airport Chapel at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport and served as its President of the Board of Directors from 2017 until 2023.

The Christian Capitalist Review

It seems as though you cannot watch or read anything lately without some mention of the economy and the growing disparity between rich and poor. Poverty is growing, it seems, everywhere you look. Most people agree with this. However, the question is what can or should we do about it?

I hear so much about how capitalism doesn’t work if you are a Christian. But, people often forget about the story of Joseph of Arimathea. This book helps readers understand that you can be a believer in capitalism and a Christian at the same time.

The key is that working hard to earn more needs to include giving back to those in need. Money isn’t the root of evil. The love of money is. The Christian Capitalist talks about work, wealth and giving back. It’s written for 21st century Christians and those that are “spiritual but not necessarily religious.”

This book is written in an easy to enjoy style that includes information and facts about today’s workforce as well as Bible stories that show how you can relate today to the Bible stories of yesterday. I so enjoyed the stories of The Golden Rule and The Tax Collector. They are timeless and easily still applicable today.

Who will enjoy this book?

You will enjoy this book if you believe in giving back to the community and those in need whether you are a Christian or not. It’s not written for a specific denomination but rather for people believe in working hard and giving to others. 

If you have ever struggled with your desire to earn more and succeed versus your Christian faith, I encourage you to read this book. Order your copy of The Christian Capitalist today

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One thought on “The Christian Capitalist Review

  1. This sounds like an interesting read. I definitely agree that we should be giving back to those in need as well as to charities that support programs we are passionate about. I’d love to win a copy of this.

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