Some decisions are clear. Should we give? Yes. Should we pay our bills? Of course. What about those questions that aren’t always so clear, like should you give to the homeless man at the traffic light? I invited, Dr. David W. Jones, a Professor of Christian Ethics, to answer three questions:
- Is it okay for Christians to negotiate down debt?
- Is it okay for Christians to be rich?
- Should you give money to the homeless man at the traffic light?
Here is the question we answer:
Question 1: Should I use the money to invest in the stock market or pay off my mortgage?
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