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From the Publisher“Scott Rae is one of the leading Evangelical ethicists in North America, and this thoroughly updated version of Moral Choices features the excellence we have come to expect from his pen. Based on its breadth of coverage, depth of insight, and accessibility of style, it is now the go-to text for colleges and seminaries. It is also a must read for pastors and laypersons who want to be informed about the ethical issues of our day. I highly recommend it.” — J. P. Moreland
“Moral Choices is an outstanding text for an introductory course in bioethics. The survey of philosophical thinking throughout history sets the context for dialogue. The model that is presented is especially useful for beginning students. Our classes work through the model to learn the principles, and then apply that model to 1-2 topics, working in depth. As a result, its strengths and weaknesses are revealed. Then, students are able to understand the challenges associated with bioethical issues. This enables them to be equipped for issues that are arising. Moral Choices has been a foundational component to accomplish this.” Mount Vernon Nazarene University — Paul Madtes Jr.
“ Moral Choices is characterized by particular strength in its discussion of ethical methodology, its approach to bioethical and business ethics issues, its accessibility and readability, its use of cases and discussion questions, and its engagement with a wide range of both secular and Christian thinkers through the ages. It is conservative and evangelical while remaining irenic and dialogical.” — David P. Gushee
“This is a well-crafted introduction to Christian ethics. Professor Rae exhibits in his work the very virtues that he extols his readers to emulate. His love of learning, Christ, and the good, the true, and the beautiful comes through loud and clear. Although one may find oneself disagreeing with Professor Rae, as I do on a few issues, you will be more informed, challenged, and enlightened as a consequence of reading this book.” — Francis J. Beckwith, , Professor