Money as heavy chains? More isn't better
In itself money has no value. This in contrast to, say, an apple which has innate value in that it is a direct aid to nature. However, money’s conventional value as a medium of exchange is a real value - it just isn’t innate. 

Money is as valuable as the shelter it can facilitate, or the food, clothing, tools, education, on and on it can provide.  

It is true money is neither good nor bad. However, in abundance proportioned to goods available for exchange money can make possible an abundance of innately good things. So, if under godly stewardship, the more money the better. 

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RE: Money as heavy chains? More isn't better - by WWIII - 10-13-2021, 06:14 PM

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