The author, with Wall Street credentials and seminary background, offers a view of money based on the Christian principles of legendary money manager Sir John M. Templeton. We learn of Templeton's dual qualities of investment genius and Christian convictions, his view on ethics in business, and his sense of true success, which includes spiritual success. The book presents three lessons: an optimistic overview of our political economy, advice about personal finance, and a call for hope in the future. An admitted conservative, the author challenges many notable religious and political figures in the U.S. whom he considers an embarrassment to true conservative beliefs. His money-management advice covers a broad range of issues, including investment options and planning tips for savings. The book puts a spiritual framework around the investment business and offers an interesting perspective on controversial people and issues. Mary Whaley
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In the ranks of financial management, Sir John Templeton's name stands foremost. Now his secrets come to light, distilled by financial advisor Gary Moore into ten principles that can spell personal and financial success. In easy-to-understand language, Moore shares the insights he learned under Templeton's mentorship. He answers the most troubling questions about financial decisions, personal debt, ethical investing, the American economy, the federal debt, investment options, and much more. Filled with financial good sense and refreshing biblical wisdom, this book helps readers make wise financial choices with far-reaching benefits.