Exploring the world as Jesus might have – through His eyes - and lips. Not so much as the Son of God, but rather just a son. Then relating that point of view back to our current times – to our personal lives. It’s amazing how one can see themselves living quite well with just the things (and services, of course) we find there.
A study of the economic activity in the first four books of the New Testament, this little book presents a view of the Gospel Economy and with it analogies to current day mixed economies and Capitalism. It is meant to paint a picture of Jesus and his followers as economic participants in the Roman society they found themselves. In so doing, it is a presentation of Jesus as a man rarely, if ever, examined. Click here to find it on Amazon.com.