Corporate scandals, cloning, and debates about war are recent reminders of the importance of ethics. Whether the topic is civil liberties, business ethics, medical technologies, or sexuality, we all have our opinions.
But what do we mean when we use terms like rights, responsibilities, negligence, good, bad, should, and ought? What basis is there for the ethical judgments we make? What role does Scripture play, or law, love, conscience, spirituality, or adiaphora?
J. Douma, an internationally known ethicist, guides us through these and other foundational issues in this thoughtful, balanced, informed discussion rooted in a Reformed confessional worldview.
- 228 pages
- © 2003
- ISBN 9780875525723