Answers to such questions may differ widely, even among evangelical Christians. This can be confusing and disturbing when secular and Christian worldviews collide over matters that seem to brook no compromise.
This first of a two volume collection uncovers foundational philosophies of theory and practice to show why difference run so deep. This is the only book to provide such an overview from an evangelical viewpoint. Students in ethics classes and pastors who preach on ethical problems will find this resource valuable in developing broad understanding. Laypeople will find it an excellent introduction to the views behind many debates.