The Global Economic Wobbly - Why Christians Cannot Be Bullish
August 28, 2015
China's stock market has crashed. . . 40% in two months. Japan's economy is in contraction, as is Russia and South Africa. And Wall Street lost 2,000 points in 3 weeks. Kevin Swanson contrasts China's banking with Greece, and finds it all pretty "wanting." Then, we take a look at Deuteronomy 28, and conclude that Christians cannot possibly be bullish about the economy in the face of flagrant national decadence and disobedience to God. This program includes: 1. The World View in Five Minutes with Adam McManus (Homeschooling Taking Off in California, Mormon Church Sticking with Pro-Gay Boy Scouts, Kentucky County Clerk Not Backing Down) 2. Generations with Kevin Swanson
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