Biblical Ethics (Biblical Essentials Series)
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Shows how to understand the roots of Christian ethics and apply them to contemporary issues. Part of Crossway's Biblical Essentials series.
Discussion questions help readers apply biblical standards to ethical questions about topics such as abortion, euthanasia, bioethics, human sexuality, politics, capital punishment, race, and the environment.Do you need excellent study material that covers the core concepts of the Christian faith? Crossway is cooperating with Evangelical Training Association to provide Christian education resources for personal study, small groups, churches, Bible institutes, and other adult educational settings. Each book contains discussion questions, so the material is useful for both personal study and group learning.Biblical Ethics: Choosing Right in a World Gone Wrong discusses rooting ethical decisions in the absolutes revealed in God's Word. Author James P. Eckman relates why it can be challenging to develop a Christian approach to complex ethical topics in the post-modern era, and he shows how that challenge can be met through formulating a strategy to understand and engage today's culture.
James P. Eckman (Ph.D., University of Nebraska-Lincoln) serves as President as well as Professor of Theology, Ethics, and History at Grace University in Omaha, Nebraska. In addition to hosting a weekly radio program, "Issues in Perspective," he lectures widely on postmodern-era implications for the Christian community. In addition, Dr. Eckman is an ordained minister, having served on the staff of two Pennsylvania churches. He is a recognized scholar in historical theology with expertise on the American church and revivalismHe is the author of four books Biblical Ethics: Choosing Right in a World Gone Wrong, Exploring Church History, Exploring Church History: A Guide to History, World Religions, and Ethics and The Truth About Worldviews: A Biblical Understanding of Worldview Alternatives, and more than four dozen magazine articles and performs dramatic monologues on figures from Church History including Martin Luther, John Calvin, Augustine, and Jonathan Edwards.