Investing the evangelical way

ARTHUR ALLY is the founder of the Timothy Plan mutual fund investments firm, based in Florida, which was founded on the principle of "Biblically Responsible Investing," meaning it does not invest in companies associated with abortion, pornography, alcohol, tobacco or casino gambling. / COURTESY TIMOTHY PLAN LTD.
PROVIDENCE – The Bible says the love of money is the root of all evil. So, where does that leave fundamentalist Christian investors? A central Florida-based firm contends it has found a way around that conundrum with what it calls “Biblically Responsible Investing,” or BRI. Timothy Plan Ltd., a mutual funds investing service out of…

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