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  1. The Gift of Ethics

    Trevor George Hunsberger Bechtel

    Cascade / NOV 2014

    Structured on the Beatitudes, The Gift of Ethics is a short, readable introduction to the major ideas in Christian ethics. Bechtel engages the reader through stories to draw out reflection... read more »
  2. The Flea, the Minnow, the Elephant, and the Whale

    Glenn Goree

    Resource / SEP 2016

    A minnow and a whale. A flea and an elephant. Can this assortment of unlikely creatures assist us with the spiritual conflicts we face everyday?

    Yes. By presenting Biblical truths in... read more »
  3. The Ethics of Superintelligent Design

    Paul Golata

    Wipf and Stock / MAR 2018

    Artificial intelligence (AI) permeates Google searches, the personal assistants in our smartphones, and is all over our newsfeeds. Watson’s machine learning has already started to... read more »
  4. The End of Captivity?

    Tripp York

    Cascade / JUL 2015

    In The End of Captivity?, Tripp York addresses how we talk about the good of other animals in light of a stark impossibility: their freedom from us. While all of us in the animal (and plant)... read more »
  5. The Divine Mandates

    Morris A. Inch

    Wipf and Stock / FEB 2017

    Two rival analogies compete for our attention: the law of the jungle, and the sacred canopy. As for the former, life consists of the survival of the fittest. As for the latter, the divine mandates... read more »
  6. The Demise of Virtue in Virtual America

    David Bosworth

    Front Porch Republic / AUG 2014

    Although the financial disaster of 2008 proved devastatingly quick, the evolution of the bad faith that drove the collapse is a more gradual story, and one that David Bosworth powerfully narrates... read more »
  7. The Danger of Puberty Suppression

    Michael S. Dellaperute

    Resource / AUG 2019

    What would you do if a child in your life rejected their natal gender? Would you blindly follow the counsel of a culture that advocates for hormone treatment at an early age in order to suppress... read more »
  8. The Confrontational Wit of Jesus

    Catherine M. Wallace

    Cascade / JUL 2016

    Jesus did not die to save us from God. He died because the Romans did not tolerate charismatic teachers who attracted a lively following. Jesus attracted that following through his personal... read more »
  9. The Cardinal and the Deadly

    Karl Clifton-Soderstrom

    Cascade / JAN 2015

    What makes for a good life? The seven deadly vices and seven holy virtues, ingrained in our cultural imagination, help us answer this perennial question. For two millennia, these fourteen character... read more »
  10. The Beatitude of Mercy

    Terry A. Veling

    Wipf and Stock / MAR 2015

    What is the relationship between justice and mercy? This is not merely a speculative question; it goes to the heart of many of our activities as human beings in both our personal and social... read more »

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