Item description for Introducing Christian Ethics by Henlee H. Barnette...
Overview Biblical foundations for Christian ethical decisions are set forth and applied to major problems-the self, marriage and family, race relations, economic life, political life. This volume provides an introduction to Christian ethics which gives more attention to the biblical basis and the role of the Holy Spirit than is usually given in current texts on the subject. A list of references and recommended reading material at the end of each chapter encourages further study.
This unique volume provides an introduction to Christian ethics, giving detailed attention to the biblical basis and to the role of the Holy Spirit.
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Studio: B&H Academic
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.03" Width: 6.05" Height: 0.49" Weight: 0.6 lbs.
Release Date Sep 1, 1998
Publisher B&H Publishing Group
ISBN 080541858X ISBN13 9780805418583
Reviews - What do customers think about Introducing Christian Ethics?
An Excellent Bible Foundation of Christian Ethics Oct 18, 2001
Upon reading "Introducing Christian Ethics" by Barnette, I was very much edified and delighted. The author takes you step by step from early Old Testament ethics through New Testament ethics backing every chapter with Holy Scripture. I fully endorse this text for any Christian library or even non-Christian seeking God's truth. The book reaches it's pinnacle of strength when the author describes the chapter "Content of Christ's Ethics". This very high standard of our Lord Jesus Christ is defined in the "Sermon on the Mount". The author literally defines each of the beatitudes of Jesus leaving the reader lost in wonder and virtually stunned with Gospel power. Also the "Marriage and Family" chapter backs with Scripture the primary reason for marriage is companionship and then procreation. The author simply exceeds his intended purpose and out does himself. A great book.