241. Books on Christian ethics
Joseph Pieper The Four Cardinal Virtues, 1959.
Philosophical anthropologist Joseph Pieper argues that moderation is overrated. What the world needs, he says, is a return to virtue.
Stanley Hauerwas A Community of Character: Toward a Constructive Christian Social Ethic, 1991.
Stanley Hauerwas discusses how and why Christian communities must be biblically based and morally upright to rightly represent God to the world.
Richard B. Hays The Moral Vision of the New Testament: Community, Cross, New Creation, A Contemporary Introduction to New Testament Ethics, 1996.
A professor of Divinity discusses what the New Testament says about ethical issues including violence and abortion.
Charles H. Spurgeon Morning and Evening Daily Readings, 1995.
This devotional contains one morning and one evening devotional for every day of the year from nineteenth-century English mega-preacher Charles Haddon Spurgeon.
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