The world asks, “What does a man own?”; Christ asks, “How does he use it?”

Andrew Murray

(1828–1917) S. African minister, church leader, writer

“The fellow that has no money is poor.
The fellow that has nothing but money is poorer still.”

Billy Sunday

(1862–1935) American Revivalist


The cartoons in this section and on our cover are the work of the Christian cartoonist E. J. Pace (1880–1946). A graduate of Princeton Theological Seminary, Pace became the cartoonist for The Sunday School Times in 1916 and contributed more than 1,500 cartoons to that publication. He was also a popular Bible teacher and, for several years, directed the missions course at Chicago’s Moody Bible Institute under Dr. James M. Gray (referred to in the article Businessman’s Religion). Pace’s cartoons were reproduced in numerous publications and, translated into various languages, were popular teaching vehicles for missionaries.


“If anyone does not refrain from the love of money, he will be defiled by idolatry and so be judged as if he were one of the heathen.

Polycarp

(70?–156?) Bishop of Smyrna

“If a thief helps a poor man out of the spoils of his thieving, we must not call that charity.”

Dante Alighieri

(1265–1321) Italian Poet

“No stigma attaches to the love of money in America, and provided it does not exceed the bounds imposed by public order, it is held in honor. The American will describe as noble and estimable ambition that our medieval ancestors would have called base cupidity.”

Alexis de Tocqueville

(1805–1859) French politician, writer

“Do not give, as many rich men do, like a hen that lays her eggs …and then cackles.”

Henry Ward Beecher

(1813–1887) 19th-century American preacher

“Where money is an idol, to be poor is a sin.”

William Stringfellow

Episcopal layman, ...

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