Dennis M. Campbell - "Everything Has Its Price" (September 4, 1983)
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- Dennis M. Campbell - "Everything Has Its Price" (September 4, 1983)
Though economics teaches us that everything comes with a cost, it does not rightly teach us what to value or which costs are worth paying. Jesus' demands on the disciple are steep and more than we can meet on our own, but discipleship can be received as a gift from God. (Abstract created by Duke Divinity School staff.)
Sermon start time: (Part 1) 27:15. Sermon end time: (Part 1) 46:21.
Key quotation: “The values and assumptions that characterize so much of secular human thought and action are turned upside down in God’s economics. Everything has its price, but the terms and conditions are not those of our modern market economy. Ultimately, the terms and conditions are those of God.
- September 4, 1983
- Campbell, Dennis M.
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