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A new perspective on the social sciences is yielding a new perspective upon Christianity as well. An economist and engineer from Canada named David Robert Billings was researching the formation of economic bubbles by applying analytical philosophy to economic theory. He wanted to determine why we think we are getting richer when we are getting poorer, a problem of our current times. But when he read Timothy 1:10, “money is the root of all evil. For the sake of money, men will submit themselves to many sorrows”, he applied the same analytical philosophy to the New Testament as well.
Billings considers his book “Christianity as Economic Actualism” to be the most comprehensive and logical analysis of the New Testament to date and is the first to:
* Explore Jesus Christ as the philosopher king.
* Establish Jesus’ divinity by his parables alone without need of support from the evidence of his miracles.
* Identify and resolve the economic contradictions of the New Testament.
* Describe the psychology of New Testament characters in terms of six mental processes and their social cliques while showing how Jesus was the only person to perform all six.
*Show how rational social and economic participation is central to the plan of salvation.
*Describe the duality of evil as both inherent in human existence and aggravated by the Adversary.
To quote David Robert Billings, “the result is a version of Christianity that both transcends church traditions and defends them. It is ecumenical while bringing Christianity into the twenty first century and offering an inclusive view of the plan of salvation. It is God’s wish that all should have everlasting life and that none should perish for with God, all things are possible".