Foundations of Personal Finance

Foundations of Personal Finance

Foundations of Personal Finance: A Christian Perspective is a thirteen week study series exploring the foundations of personal finance from a Christian perspective. The following PDF file is a ROUGH draft of this entire series.
Foundations of Personal Finance (December 2020)   
A podcast that covers some of the ethical issues addressed in this study can be found at:
Aaron Beam Speaks Podcast: Episode 31 (9/12/20)
(Be sure to scroll down to Episode 31.)


Session 1: Foundations
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Session 2: Philosophy: Logic and epistemology
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Session 3: Philosophy: Metaphysics and ethics
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Session 4: Nature of information
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Session 5: Existence of God
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Session 6: Competing worldviews
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Session 7: Naturalism, Christianity, and science
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Session 8: Problem of suffering
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Session 9: The Bible as hearsay or heresy
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Session 10: The Bible as history
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Session 11: Miracles
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Session 12: The grand miracle: The resurrection of Jesus Christ
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Session 13: Loving your neighbor and apologetics
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Robert E. Brooks
Robert E. Brooks
Wallace D. Malone, Jr. Professor of Financial Management

My research interests include financial derivatives, enterprise risk management, performance attribution, options, futures, swaps, and financial philosophy.

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