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Evangelical ethics

issues facing the church today

by John Jefferson Davis

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  • 2 Currently reading

Published by P&R Pub. in Phillipsburg, N.J .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Christian ethics -- Presbyterian authors.,
  • Evangelicalism.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 229-270) and indexes.

    StatementJohn Jefferson Davis.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBJ1251 .D28 1993
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 293 p. ;
    Number of Pages293
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1395204M
    ISBN 100875522238
    LC Control Number93002513
    OCLC/WorldCa28292585

    ""Evangelical Ethics: A Reader" offers an important window into the breadth and variety of evangelical voices speaking on a number of issues. For those who may think evangelicals are narrow and parochial in moral emphases, the chapters in this volume will be a delightful surprise. “Insightful, encyclopedic, biblical, and distinctively evangelical, this new book from Wayne Gru - dem is a massive contribution to Christian ethics. It will stand as one of the most important and definitive works of this generation. Readers should engage it chapter by chapter, and then keep it close at hand for continuing consultation.”.

    The Goal In , being an evangelical can either be interpreted as a Christian with high moral and spiritual standards or construed as a right wing, religious, and close-minded “nut-job” depending on the side of the political spectrum with which one agrees. In Wyndy Corbin Reuschling’s Reviving Evangelical Ethics: The Promises and Pitfalls of Classic Models of Morality, the author. Ethics The ancient world did not consider religion to be morally inspiring, creative, or corrective; the reputed behavior of gods and goddesses repelled cultivated minds. Even in Israel the Wisdom Literature (Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, Job, Wisdom of Solomon, Sirach), while never abandoning a religious outlook, made little of worship rituals or.

    Title: Resurrection and Moral Order: An Outline for Evangelical Ethics, Second Edition By: Oliver O'Donovan Format: Paperback Vendor: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Co. Publication Date: Dimensions: 8 1/2 X 5 1/2 (inches) Weight: 13 ounces ISBN: ISBN Stock No: WWFormat: Paperback.   “Insightful, encyclopedic, biblical, and distinctively evangelical, this new book from Wayne Grudem is a massive contribution to Christian ethics. It will stand as one of the most important and definitive works of this generation. Readers should engage it chapter by chapter, and then keep it close at hand for continuing consultation.”.


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From the Publisher Evangelical Ethics is recognized as an authoritative Christian treatment of contemporary ethical issues. This revised and updated fourth edition adds a chapter on slavery and its legacy in the US/5(12).

The Scriptures take their rightful place as the central ethical standard for Evangelical Ethics. An investigation into scientific development, Biblical scholarship, and changing societal mores together yields a thorough investigation of some of the toughest issues of our day, including poverty, sexuality, and by: Evangelical Ethics is an attempt to look at various issues from an Evangelical (read Conservative) Christian perspective.

John Jefferson Davis does a fairly wide treatment of various issues, like Contraception, Reproductive Technology, Divorce, Capital Punishment, but is /5.

About For three decades, Evangelical Ethics has been regarded as one of the best treatments of contemporary ethical problems facing Christians. John Jefferson Davis brings mature biblical thought to issues such as homosexuality, genetics, abortion, euthanasia.

The book outlines the ethics on Jesus Christ and the author seeks to discredit the manner in which Reuschling has constituted evangelical ethics.

However, Reuschling seeks to steer the Christian religion from ridicule. In this regard, she has undertaken to establish a framework which will provide a model manifest of the kingdom of God.

Reviving Evangelical Ethics is a book for evangelical pastors, laymen, and teachers. The author seeks to define Christian ethics and to “ address the misconceptions on the topic of ethics in general and Christian ethics in particular ()/5.

The goals of this Group are 1) to analyze evangelical contributions to Christian ethics, 2) to evaluate evangelical ethics in relation to other approaches, 3) to consider the ethical implications of evangelical theologies, 4) to bring ethical reflection to bear upon the evangelical subculture, and 5) to share approaches to teaching ethics in evangelical institutions.

A leading historian of evangelicalism offers a concise history of evangelicals and how they became who they are today Evangelicalism is arguably America’s most controversial religious movement. Nonevangelical people who follow the news may have a variety of impressions about what “evangelical”.

Choosing the Good: Christian Ethics in a Complex World by Dennis Hollinger. Hollinger’s book is one of my favorites because it takes into consideration various cultural and philosophical contexts in which ethics is done.

An Introduction to Biblical Ethics by David Jones. Jones’ book is maybe the best intro book. In her book, Reviving Evangelical Ethics, Wyndy Corbin Reuschling hones in on the topic of ethics and its relationship to the Christian life.

A former president of the Evangelical Philosophical Society, Dr. Davis is the author of several books, including Theology Primer, Foundations of Evangelical Theology, Evangelical Ethics: Issues Facing the Church Today, and Frontiers of Science and Faith, as well as numerous articles in scholarly s: Summary For three decades, Evangelical Ethics has been regarded as one of the best treatments of contemporary ethical problems facing Christians.

John Jefferson Davis brings mature biblical thought to issues such as homosexuality, genetics, abortion, euthanasia. " Evangelical Ethics: A Reader offers an important window into the breadth and variety of evangelical voices speaking on a number of issues.

For those who may think evangelicals are narrow and parochial in moral emphases, the chapters in this volume will be a delightful surprise. WHO IS AN EVANGELICAL.

The History of a Movement in Crisis By Thomas S. Kidd THE IMMORAL MAJORITY Why Evangelicals Chose Political Power Over Christian Values By Ben Howe. How 81 percent of. Evangelical Ethics Evangelical Ethics by David P. Gushee, Evangelical Ethics Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format.

Evangelical Ethics: Issues Facing the Church Today, 3rd ed. Phillipsburg, NJ: Presbyterian & Reformed Publishing, pp. $ Love The Lord With All Your Mind John Jefferson Davis, professor of Systematic Theology and Christian Ethics at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, offers a biblical perspective on the many complicated.

I recommend the book highly.” —John M. Frame, J. Trimble Professor of Systematic Theology and Philosophy, Reformed Theological Seminary, Orlando “I became an ordained pastor inthe year Evangelical Ethics was first published.

As I served a young and growing congregation serious about studying ethics, this book became my primary. Classic theories of Aristotle, Kant, and Mill have influenced Christian thought in morality and ethics for centuries.

But they can go only so far, Wyndy Corbin Reuschling writes in Reviving Evangelical Ethics. While the philosophers' approach to three key elements--virtue, duty, and utility--have been used widely in forming ethical and moral practices, Corbin Reuschling sees spiritual danger 5/5(1).

This, perhaps, is the best commendation I can give the book: they have suggested that I use it again next time I teach the unit.

Wyndy Corbin Reuschling, Reviving Evangelical Ethics: The Promises and Pitfalls of Classic Models of Morality (Grand Rapids: Brazos, ), Ibid.,original emphasis.

Ibid., Written by an ethics professor and life-long practicing evangelical, the book carefully assesses common contemporary evangelical stances and points the biblical and theological way forward toward truly evangelical ethics. It is a delightfully written, insightful book and deserves a wide reading." -Robert L.

Hubbard, North Park Theological SeminaryBrand: Brazos Press. Journal of Biblical Ethics in Medicine, Volume 1, Number 1 34 Book Review Evangelical Ethics: Issues Facing The Church Today By John Jefferson Davis Published by Presbyterian and Reformed Publishing Company Phillipsburg, N.J., Reviewed by Franklin E.

Payne, Jr., M.D. This book is a model for evangelical ethics.Product Description For three decades, Evangelical Ethics has been regarded as one of the best treatments of contemporary ethical problems facing Christians.

John Jefferson Davis brings mature biblical thought to issues such as homosexuality, genetics, abortion, euthanasia, war and peace, the environment, divorce, and remarriage.Abstract: For three decades, Evangelical Ethics has been regarded as one of the best treatments of contemporary ethical problems facing Christians.

John Jefferson Davis brings mature biblical thought to issues such as homosexuality, genetics, abortion, euthanasia.