Do not conform any longer to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind. Then you will be able to test and approve what God's will is - his good, pleasing and perfect will.
- Romans 12:2 (NIV)
What are your goals in life? What goals should you pursue in your life?
Every day you make decisions concerning moral issues. Moral evaluation implies that there is a standard of judgment. Christian ethics is the study of how we live a life that conforms to the will of God. When we look at life from a biblical perspective, our goals, actions, and standards should be the result of asking the question, "What is God calling me to do and be?"
Christian Ethics takes a fresh look at a multitude of ethical issues through the lens of God's Word. This important new resource will help provide guidance into knowing God's will for your life.
Contributors are (in alphabetical order):
Dr. Lee Camp, David Lipscomb University
Dr. Larry Chouinard, Kentucky Christian College
Dr. James Estep, Lincoln Christian Seminary
Dr. David Fiensy, Kentucky Christian College
Dr. Gary Hall, Lincoln Christian College
Dr. John Mark Hicks, David Lipscomb University
Dr. Ronald Highfield, Pepperdine University
Dr. Robert Hull, Lincoln Christian College
Dr. Leonard Knight, Kentucky Christian College
Dr. Mark Krause, Puget Sound Christian College
Dr. Gregory Linton, Great Lakes Christian College
Dr. Rick Marrs, Pepperdine University
Margaret McLaughlin, MSW, CSW, Kentucky CC
Dr. David Musick, University of Pennsylvania
Dr. George Pickens, Kentucky Christian College
Dr. Paul Prill. David Lipscomb University
Dr. Gregory Rutecki, Evanston Hospital
Gail Wise, RN, Kentucky Christian College