This is a useful book to be aware of. It takes a sensible and biblical look at a range of ethical issues, and the style is lively and interesting. It is wide-ranging, covering subjects such as war, relationships, rock music and Christian hope. Areas relating directly to medical ethics are dealt with in a wider context, but the information given on in-vitro fertilization for example is succinct and accurate. It is not aimed at members of the medical profession, but is worth recommending to those wanting to explore these important questions.