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Now in its third edition, this foremost college ethics text helps students form a basis for practical, ethical decision making in contemporary culture. Substantial updates and revisions include a new chapter on ethics and economics, online resources for instructors, current case studies, new material on bioethics and stem cell research, and much more.
Scott B. Rae (PhD, University of Southern California) is professor of Christian ethics at Talbot School of Theology, Biola University, La Mirada, California
Table of Contents
|Publisher's Preface||p. 9|
|Introduction: Why Study Ethics?||p. 11|
|Christian Ethics||p. 24|
|Ethical Systems and Ways of Moral Reasoning||p. 63|
|Making Ethical Decisions||p. 104|
|Abortion and Embryonic Stem Cell Research||p. 121|
|Reproductive Technologies||p. 155|
|Biotechnology, Genetics, and Human Cloning||p. 191|
|Physician-Assisted Suicide and Euthanasia||p. 212|
|Capital Punishment||p. 247|
|Sexual Ethics||p. 270|
|The Morality of War||p. 302|
|Ethics and Economics||p. 329|
|General Index||p. 363|
|Scripture Index||p. 371|
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