Christian Ethics

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Baker Book House, 1989 - Religion - 335 pages
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With the publication of Ethics: Alternatives and Issues in 1971, Norman Geisler established himself as a leading evangelical ethicist. This totally new, updated, culturally-relevant text continues the lofty standard the author has set for himself.

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User Review  - Jake - Goodreads

A pretty decent intro to Christian ethics. Not as in depth as most ethics majors would prefer, but we're not all supposed to be ethics majors, now are we? Could definitely stand for some more 21st century editing though. Read full review

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User Review  - Chris Comis - Goodreads

Read this for a few classes on ethics. Not bad here and there, but overall, too much reliance on autonomous human reason to figure out certain ethical dilemmas and not enough reliance on the Scriptures. Read full review

Contents

Tables
11
All the Options
17
Antinomianism
29
Copyright

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About the author (1989)

Norman Geisler was born on July 21, 1932, in Warren, Mich. He is the author of Christian texts that promote the Bible and morality and serve to provide sound advice and reasoning for the Christian faith. A fervent believer in the inerrancy of the Bible, his books When Skeptics Ask and When Critics Ask provide answers to those who question discrepancies in the Bible or challenge its authority. In Legislating Morality, he discusses why laws should be passed and enforced to create a moral, Christian society. Geisler is a frequent speaker and debater, providing learned answers about religion and society. He was educated at Wheaton College, the Detroit Bible College, and Loyola University. He is currently the Dean of the Southern Evangelical Seminary in Charlotte, North Carolina.

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