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Wednesday Giveaway - Moral Choices

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Moral Choices In our age of ever-present media, we can hardly go a day without hearing of the latest moral failings of our celebrities, politicians, or other prominent figures. 

Closer to home, we are faced with our own moral dilemmas each day, from business practices to questions about bioengineering. 

How do we respond, and in particular how do we craft a response which is Biblically sound?

This week’s giveaway, Moral Choices: An Introduction to Ethics, attempts to answer that question and provide a model for making ethical decisions. 

Written by Scott Rae, Moral Choices is now in its third edition, and has been used in ethics classes around the world. You can read a review by Denver Seminary here for example, which states “Rae has done a commendable service to Christian educators and ethicists.

There are two copies of Moral Choices up for grabs, and the giveaway will run through Thursday.

To enter simply comment below with your answer to this question: What ethical dilemma do you see as most pressing in today’s world?

 

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