Here is the link to the Introduction for this Series.
DOCTRINE #44: PROFITABILITY
Profitability is the difference in Long Term value between what something is worth and what it cost to create. If something is worth more in the Long Term than what it cost to create, it is Profitable. If something is worth less in the Long Term than what it cost to create, even though it has value, it is Unprofitable. Long Term Profitability is Good. Long Term Unprofitability is Bad.
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During April and May, I am posting sixty Doctrines. These sixty Doctrines ought to be used as a diagnostic tool: you ought to begin with Doctrine #1 and see how far you get before you disagree.
If you believe the Doctrine that is presented above, then continue to the next Doctrine.
If you don't believe the Doctrine that is presented above, look at some of the corresponding Scriptures through links to Jonathan's blog and/or look at the philosophical explanation through the links to posts on this blog.
If you still don't believe the Doctrine in question, take some time to state your will what your doctrine is for this topic. Identify the Scripture to support it...and then continue to the next Doctrine.
In the first month's of this blog, we did a mini-series on Uniqueness and Profitability with the following posts:
The Parable of the Talents was based on Uniqueness and Profitability. Here are the posts from last year's Series:
Finally, we saw during the Leadership Series that God's Long Term objective is Profitability:
-Leadership: God's Objective
-Leadership: Jesus' Long Term Objective