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Biblically Responsible Investing: Understanding the Heart of God is an online, self-study course for investment advisors, brokers, and other investment professionals who wish to examine the why and how of applying Biblical principles to the investment selection process. It is designed to be helpful to those new to Biblically Responsible Investing and to veterans as well. This module reviews several specific moral issues related to corporate activity in today's consumer culture. By starting with the premise that Biblically Responsibile Investing avoids those activities that run counter to biblical principles, it then sheds light on some of the specific moral issues that are most prevalent in business dealings today, such as sexual immorality, human rights abuses, and physical and cultural pollution.
Dan Hardt, CFP®, AAMS®, ChFC, CLU®, QKA™, and CFCA®, a lifelong resident of the Kentuckiana area, has over 30 years of financial services experience. He helps clients make sound financial decisions and move toward their financial goals. Dan understands that both competence and caring are required to effectively help clients. He is past President of the National Association of Christian Financial Consultants. Dan is also President of Faith and Finances, a local non-profit ministry dedicated to helping Christians apply the principles of their faith to their financial planning. Dan was also the 2015 recipient of the Larry Burkett Award given by Kingdom Advisors and Ron Blue. Dan graduated from the University of Louisville with High Honors and has been married to Charlene for 28 years. They have two daughters, live in Jeffersonville, IN, and are members of Northside Christian Church.