Evangelical Ethics: Issues Facing the Church Today, Fourth Edition #ad - For three decades, evangelical Ethics has been regarded as one of the best treatments of contemporary ethical problems facing Christians.
Ethics and Moral Reasoning: A Student's Guide Reclaiming the Christian Intellectual TraditionCrossway Books #ad - Challenging moral relativism, mitchell equips Christians to offer biblically faithful, theologically nuanced, and historically informed answers to the most pressing moral questions facing our world today.
Moral Choices: An Introduction to EthicsZondervan Academic #ad - This fourth edition offers extensive updates, revisions, and three brand new chapters all designed to help students develop a sound and current basis for making ethical decisions in today's complex postmodern culture. Moral choices outlines the distinctive elements of Christian ethics while avoiding undue dogmatism.
With its unique union of theory and application and its well-organized, easy-to-use design, Moral Choices has earned its place as the standard text for college ethics courses. The book also introduces other ethical systems and their key historical proponents, including Plato, Aristotle, Thomas Aquinas, Augustine, and Immanuel Kant.
Moral Choices: An Introduction to Ethics #ad - After describing a seven-step procedure for tackling ethical dilemmas, author Scott Rae uses case studies to address some of today's most pressing social issues. He guides students in thinking critically and biblically about issues, including:abortionreproductive technologieseuthanasiacapital PunishmentSexual EthicsThe Morality of WarGenetic Technologies and Human CloningEthics and EconomicsNEW: Creation CareNEW: Animal RightsNEW: Gun-ControlNEW: Race, Refugees, and DiversityNEW: Immigration, Gender, and Border ControlFEATURESRelevant Case Studies throughoutDiscussion questions at the end of each chapterSidebars with case studies for discussionRecommended further reading.
What Is the Meaning of Sex?Crossway #ad - From marriage to birth control, what is the meaning of Sex? sets forth a distinctly Christian perspective, homosexuality to singleness, equipping you to engage our confused culture with a God-glorifying vision of human sexuality. We live in a world that loves it without understanding it. Sex. This book clearly explains the truth about sex and winsomely responds to society’s evolving views on human sexuality and gender.
The Doctrine of the Christian Life A Theology of LordshipP & R Publishing #ad - The Doctrine of the Christian Life A Theology of Lordship #ad - The third volume of frame's theology of lordship series, this book focuses on biblical ethics, presenting a method for ethical decision-making, an analysis of biblical ethical teaching focusing on the Ten Commandments, and a discussion of the relation of Christ to human culture.
The How and Why of Love: An Introduction to Evangelical EthicsMatthias Press #ad - Starting from creation, and taking us through the whole of biblical theology, the author develops a simple and yet comprehensive model of gospel-based ethics. Is abortion ever right? can divorced Christians remarry? What about euthanasia? In a whole range of issues, Christians search for the biblical answer.
The How and Why of Love: An Introduction to Evangelical Ethics #ad - In this vibrant, stimulating and much-needed book, Michael Hill introduces us to an evangelical approach to ethics. But ethics is about far more than controversial issues and hard cases. It's about how we apply the teaching of the Bible to our lives each day as we wait for Christ's return; it's about our actions and our motives; it's about our character.
. In so doing, he provides us not just with solutions to difficult cases, but with an ethical framework we can bring to every aspect of our lives.
Urban Apologetics: Answering Challenges to Faith for Urban BelieversKregel Publications #ad - These questions aren’t neat or easy to answer but need to be addressed by applying biblical truth in the culture and challenges of urban life. Author chris brooks has ministered for years in the urban environment as well as received extensive theological training. Urban believers—those who live and minister in America’s inner cities—often face unique issues, not often addressed by the larger Christian community.
. In urban apologetics, violence, he seeks to connect the riches of the Christian apologetic tradition with the issues facing cities—such as poverty, and broken families. But much of today’s apologetics engagement with the questions that people are asking about Christianity come from suburban churches and academic studies.
Urban Apologetics: Answering Challenges to Faith for Urban Believers #ad - He brings an urban rhythm and sensitivity to the task of demonstrating the relevance of faith and the healing truth that Christ provides. A unique and timely guide for relating the gospel to the complex and distinct issues of inner city AmericaMuch of the New Testament was written in urban settings, sexuality, justice, in which the Christian communities had to deal head-on with issues such as race, equality, money, and economics.
How We Got the BibleRose Publishing #ad - Features how the old testament and new testament came to us definitions of popular terms such as inspired, william Tyndale, Serapion, John Wycliffe, the King James Version of the Bible and more! Fascinating facts about the Bible such as: there are more than 5, inerrant and infallible Reasons the New Testament books were chosen Compelling stories behind Polycarp, 700 surviving manuscripts from the New Testament compared to 210 surviving copies of Plato.
How We Got the Bible #ad - Have you ever wondered who wrote the books in the bible and how they ended up together? Has anyone ever told you that some books were cut out of the Bible or that the stories of Jesus in the Gospels can t be trusted? In this book, dive into the fascinating account of the most amazing and best-preserved book the world has ever seen.
Dr. Timothy paul jones gives easy-to-understand answers to popular questions on the Bible s reliability and accuracy.
Mapping Apologetics: Comparing Contemporary ApproachesIVP Academic #ad - Over the centuries, christians have offered different approaches to explaining or defending the Christian faith, a discipline known as apologetics. This guide covers the complexities of apologetics in a way that is accessible to the nonspecialist. Even-handed and respectful of each apologist and their contribution, this book provides the reader with a formidable array of defenses for the faith.
But it has not always been clear how different apologetic methods work, or what each approach has to offer. But how and why do people believe? what counts as evidence? How much can be assumed or believed by faith alone? When it comes to religious faith, the questions become at once more difficult and more important.
Mapping Apologetics: Comparing Contemporary Approaches #ad - He explores the historical and philosophical underpinnings of key figures and major schools of thought, from the presuppositionalism of Cornelius Van Til to the evidentialism of Gary Habermas. Moving beyond theory, Morley also covers apologetic application, demonstrating how each view works out in practical terms.
Everyone believes something. In this comprehensive survey, Brian Morley provides an overview of Christian apologetic approaches and how they differ.