Christian ethics: a case method approach

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Orbis Books, 1989 - Religion - 294 pages
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The case method approach, effective in disciplines from business to law, forms the backbone of this classroom-proven work. Designed specifically for undergraduate courses this latest revision includes six topical new cases on issues such as gene therapy, national security, and the death penalty. The remaining cases have all been updated to keep the book contemporary with "real life" issues, for productive discussion and fruitful learning. Book jacket.

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Christian Ethics and the Case Method
1
Rigor and Responsibility
15
The Fortunate Illness
29
Copyright

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Stivers is professor of religion at Pacific Lutheran University in Tacoma, Washington.

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