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Love Your Neighbor: Thinking Wisely About Right And Wrong

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Readers are challenged to think biblically and critically through several specific ethical issues, such as war, poverty, ecology, capital punishment, stem cell research, human cloning, and more.
Published July 9th 2007 by Crossway Books
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Caleb Gibson
Sep 19, 2014 Caleb Gibson rated it liked it
I had to read this for school, but gotta say it got better as I read it. I really had a hard time with the begining chapter on how the author dealt with the law. He based the law as if part of it still remains today. I just find it hard to come up with these categories that God never made. I think this causes unbelievers to see us as unitelligent because the Bible clearly talks about how we are no longer under law. A better way is for us to understand the New Testament verse that agree that we s ...more
Adam T Calvert
May 07, 2009 Adam T Calvert rated it it was amazing
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This is a great little book on ethics from a Christian worldview. I'd recommend it to all young adults (high school and up), especially those who want to be more informed on social/political issues and how to evaluate them.

Geisler and Snuffer do a great job of presenting opposing views and the reasoning behind them, while themselves maintaining a Christian perspective and showing why it is a better view.

Chapters 1-8 were pretty decent on how to determine morality. I was not really convinced on h
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Norman L. Geisler (PhD, Loyola University of Chicago) has taught at top evangelical colleges and seminaries for over fifty years and is distinguished professor of apologetics and theology at Veritas Evangelical Seminary in Murrieta, California. He is the author of nearly eighty books, including the Baker Encyclopedia of Christian Apologetics and Christian Ethics. He and his wife live in Charlotte, ...more
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