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Ethical interpretations meet real life. Case studies and readings explore divergent views on morals in action.


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Ethical interpretations meet real life. Case studies and readings explore divergent views on morals in action.

30 review for Readings in Christian Ethics: Volume 2: Issues and Applications

  1. 4 out of 5

    VocalBillity - the Voice of one crying in the Bewilderness (tm)

    This book is essential to read IF you already read the 1st column. They don't need to go hand-in-hand, but this 'applications' book certainly presents you with the 'why' part of how you are going to use this knowledge in your life. Each application (abortion, euthanism, etc) is covered from three perpectives, so you get a really good pro-n-con exposure to the content. This book is essential to read IF you already read the 1st column. They don't need to go hand-in-hand, but this 'applications' book certainly presents you with the 'why' part of how you are going to use this knowledge in your life. Each application (abortion, euthanism, etc) is covered from three perpectives, so you get a really good pro-n-con exposure to the content.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Troy Nevitt

    I liked this book. I disagreed with many positions in this book. I agreed with many of the positions in this book. It was thorough and tried to give heed to many viewpoints. It was not exhaustive, but it was extensive. This was a helpful read, though it certainly had moments where I'd gloss over and my brain wanted to turn off though. It's not a *fun* read, but it's an informative read. I liked this book. I disagreed with many positions in this book. I agreed with many of the positions in this book. It was thorough and tried to give heed to many viewpoints. It was not exhaustive, but it was extensive. This was a helpful read, though it certainly had moments where I'd gloss over and my brain wanted to turn off though. It's not a *fun* read, but it's an informative read.

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    Michaela Weller

    Needs a major update.

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