Atheist Personal Finance: Is Religion Conducive to Wealth Building?

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Joe looks at the major monotheistic religions and deducts that “atheist personal finance” is much more logical than “Christian personal finance”.

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One thought on “Atheist Personal Finance: Is Religion Conducive to Wealth Building?

  1. One important thing is that when you are searching for a student loan you may find that you’ll want a cosigner. There are many scenarios where this is correct because you may find that you do not have a past credit history so the financial institution will require that you have someone cosign the credit for you. Good post.

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