The Timothy Plan

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The Timothy Plan is the first American mutual funds group that avoids investing in companies that practices are contrary to Judeo-Christian principles. In traditional American values, the funds use good stewardship principles in choosing companies free of abortion, pornography, anti-family entertainment, non-married lifestyles, alcohol, tobacco and gambling. They are most concerned with the moral issues that are destroying children and families.

Recently, the fund group has come out against McDonald's for their aggressive approach in promoting and supporting the homosexual agenda. Though, the firm admits The Timothy Plan has blacklisted McDonald's since 1999.[1]

Their website provides a list of some companies, 'cultural polluters', that deserve the "Hall of Shame".

External links


  1. 'Socially responsible' investor blacklists McDonald's OneNewsNow, August 28, 2008