MAKING ETHICAL DISCUSSIONS by Howard Clark Kee

MAKING ETHICAL DISCUSSIONS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

This important volume in the Layman's Theological Library is much needed and should be widely read by Christians who are often perplexed about how to live a better Christian life. Obeying the rules, reading the Bible, routine prayer, or appealing to the Church are scarcely enough to answer the anxious ""What shall I do?"" Dr. Kee proposes no easy answer to everyman's question--nor any alternative for making one's own personal decisions. But resources are available, especially in the Bible, and he shows what they are and how to make use of them. Certain ethical problems are held up as examples of the problems we all face. Certain Biblical passages are examined as examples of how we should use Biblical materials in arriving at our own decisions. Thus the reader sees his own problems more clearly, and relates the Christian faith to them more significantly. Protestant clergy will get much help from this book for their own counselling, and living too.

Publisher: Westminster