Please disable your Ad Blocker to better interact with this website.

Image Image Image Image Image Image Image Image Image Image

Affluent Christian Investor | July 7, 2022

Scroll to top


AboutTerry Applegate, Author at Affluent Christian Investor - Page 2 of 2

Terry Applegate

Terry Applegate

Terry Applegate writes from Utah in the winter and Michigan in the summer. He is CEO of Applegate Insulation, serves on the board for Citizens for Traditional Values, Cellulose Insulation Manufacturers Association and the European Theological Seminary and is married to Val with three children and four grand-children.

Posts By Terry Applegate

October 9, 2017 |

Thoughts on Biblical Business Management Skills

The presupposition that this article is based upon is that the Word of God provides the epistemological foundation for all knowledge and actions in every realm of life. The practitioners of every discipline, if they are to seek and … Read More

August 31, 2017 |

Are We About to Repeat the Same Mistake that Resulted in the Noahic Flood?

Scientists recently genetically edited viable human embryos to fix a genetic defect that can cause sudden cardiac death, according to a front page Wall Street Journal article in early August of this year.

While welcome news for those suffering from … Read More

August 2, 2017 |

Trudeau Gives 10 Million to Terrorist, Stiffs Victim’s Widow

It is our innate reaction to love our government.  They protect us from the bad guys.  They are on the side of those who obey the laws, do good deeds and further the communal cause.  Thank goodness for the police, … Read More

July 4, 2017 |

Witchy Weather

Recently, President Trump signed an executive order to rescind many of the previous administration’s global warming policies.  The order was designed in part to roll back regulatory incursions on the energy industry to increase domestic production and make America … Read More

May 15, 2017 |

Bad Business vs. Good Government?

Do many Americans implicitly believe governmental activism is morally appropriate and pragmatically competent?

Is it reasonable to put immense trust in the ability of government to solve our problems, many of which it created?

More and more, Americans seem to … Read More

May 5, 2017 |

The Physics of Marriage

Science seems to fight a non-stop war against things unseen, religion and anything that suggests that there may be more to reality than merely the physical.

For instance, Harvard professor, Richard Lewontin explained the scientific antipathy towards any non-material … Read More

March 29, 2017 |

Should We Keep on Living After We’re ‘Useless’?

How often have you heard that without possessing a certain quality, that life just isn’t worth the living?  This thought seems to have percolated through the culture so deeply as to become part of the warp and woof of … Read More

February 8, 2017 |

How the Modern State is Like the Medieval Church

As part of my governmental (public) education, I was taught that in earlier times the church held great power which it misused in a systematic way to appropriate vast riches.

By accepting indulgences in lieu of good works and in … Read More

December 5, 2016 |

Hypocrisy on the Left

The hypocrisy of the left wing is becoming increasingly stunning.  Liberals’ righteous dismissal of opposing opinions one minute and their feigned devotion for open-mindedness the next is simply too wonderful for words.

Wall Street Journal columnist William McGurn has reported … Read More

November 4, 2016 |

The Reality Party vs. The Unreality Party

American politics has finally and definitively bifurcated into two main camps.  On the one hand normal people who work with things (in agriculture, manufacturing, mining, etc.) are basically still grounded in reality and realize that reality trumps concepts.  These people … Read More

July 18, 2016 |

A Different Era a Different Tyrant

Throughout history man has consistently shown himself beholden to his treasured preconceived ideas. One’s world view is so solidly a part of one’s thinking that it is only the rarest individual who can traverse uncharted cerebral territory without benefit of … Read More

May 11, 2016 |

Three 19th Century Ideas That Need To Die

While our current world is plagued by multiple fallacious ideas, there are three prominent ones that have fueled our furious descent into irrationality and confusion.

First, Sigmund Freud’s idea that sex is the main causative behind all human action & … Read More

October 26, 2015 |

What Sermons SHOULD SAY About Wealth and Poverty

Finding ourselves in the silly season of this run-up to election year we shouldn’t be surprised to be confronted with acerbic and divisive political rhetoric. Seeing that we have a president that is at least a closet – Marxist, it … Read More

September 10, 2015 |

Kim Davis, and Secular American Dhimmitude

The Sanctuary Cities[1] (those cities that have policies in place to not prosecute illegal aliens, flouting federal law) have it right. They understand the Doctrine of the Lesser Magistrates. They get the fact that lesser civil governments have not only … Read More

September 2, 2015 |

The Paganization of the Marketplace

Once upon a time, man lived in fear of nature and based his world-view on myths populated with demons and other spirits who were everywhere to be found, ubiquitous in nature. Always fearful and cautious so as to not upset … Read More

July 31, 2015 |

Why Social Justice is a Contradiction

Speaking on the occasion of the creation of the San Gabriel Mountains National Monument in California recently, President Obama declared it to be “an issue of social justice.” Well, this was certainly giving a new stretch to an old term. … Read More

Become An Insider!

Sign up for Affluent Investor's free email newsletter and receive a free copy of our report, "The Christian’s Handbook For Transforming Corporate America."