Evangelical Ethics

by John Jefferson Davis     |     Book Summary


Author: John Jefferson Davis
Publisher: P&R Publishing
Date: November 2015 (4th Edition)
Pages: 400

Book Summary of Evangelical Ethics by John Jefferson Davis


Ethical issues in our culture continue to become thornier. While we would like clear answers, this is not always possible. Racism is still prevalent in our country, abortion is a more commonly held belief than ever before, and genetic research is advancing at an ever-increasing pace. 

Christians want to be informed on these issues. God has given us His standard: His Word. We need to understand what the culture believes about these issues and that cultural beliefs and mores differ from what the Bible teaches.

Though the answers are difficult, God has given them to us. When we understand the issues and study the Bible, we can have an informed conscience and be able to interact with others in our culture in an intelligent, and more importantly, biblical manner. 





Evangelical Ethics

by John Jefferson Davis

[ Book Summary ]



Book Summary of Evangelical Ethics by John Jefferson Davis

AuthorJohn Jefferson Davis
PublisherP&R Publishing
DateNovember 2015 (4th Edition)
Pages400


Overview:

Ethical issues in our culture continue to become thornier. While we would like clear answers, this is not always possible. Racism is still prevalent in our country, abortion is a more commonly held belief than ever before, and genetic research is advancing at an ever-increasing pace. 

Christians want to be informed on these issues. God has given us His standard: His Word. We need to understand what the culture believes about these issues and that cultural beliefs and mores differ from what the Bible teaches.

Though the answers are difficult, God has given them to us. When we understand the issues and study the Bible, we can have an informed conscience and be able to interact with others in our culture in an intelligent, and more importantly, biblical manner.