Released in the UK May 2020
Released in the US May 2020
Large trade paperback | 240 Pages
9781527105201 • £13.99 $17.99
BISAC – REL012110
If God rescues us to be his people, then how can our lives demonstrate our love for him? Luke Davis takes us on a journey through some of the big questions in the arena of Christian ethics, highlighting why our ideas matter. He helps us to have a firm grasp of what the issue is, what God’s Word has to say about it, and what practical impact that has on our lives.
Luke H. Davis
Luke H. Davis teaches Ethics and Church History at Westminster Christian Academy in St. Louis. He has also penned several novels in the Cameron Ballack Mystery series. Luke and his wife Christi live with their children in St. Charles, Missouri.
My 11th–grade Bible teacher knew how to teach apologetics and ethics. His lively, compelling lectures helped open my eyes to the importance of ideas for articulating, and living out, a robust faith. You’re holding his book in your hands. Written for teens and adults alike, this wide–ranging resource will orient you to the waterfront of ethical conundrums—none of which is hypothetical anymore.
Managing Editor, The Gospel Coalition
… an invaluable resource for teachers, parents, youth leaders, and anyone involved in educating and discipling young people. The complex issues and conflicting messages of a secular, social media driven, and divisive culture make discernment of truth, beauty, and right from wrong extremely challenging.
Head of School Emeritus, Westminster Christian Academy, St. Louis, Missouri
Davis offers a road map to well–informed opinions about the critical issues of the day. He invites dialogue around matters that are sometimes muddled and often avoided in the midst of the ethical chaos which marks our current cultural moment. Peppered with anecdotes and soaked in Scripture, the reader learns to think carefully and live wisely. And all along the way, he makes room around the table for those who may not accept the Bible as authoritative.
Assistant Pastor, Cornerstone Presbyterian Church, Franklin, Tennessee
This work will provide a valuable resource to teacher and student alike as they consider the ethical issues of today. More importantly, this work provides the tools to develop a framework for critical thought on issues yet to be considered.
Thomas L. Foley
Executive Director, Christian Educators Outreach