Tagged: Ethics

Watching Sam Harris Hurt Himself

Book Review I’m not sure which is more painful: seeing a brilliant intellect like Sam Harris be so deceived, or knowing how surely he is deceiving others. Either...

“Momentous” Is Not An Overstatement

Momentous indeed: It is one thing, and isn’t another—and that’s not mere subjective opinion. Or so we read in What is Marriage, a new and momentous paper authored...

Paul Copan Interview: Is God a Moral Monster?

An interesting discussion: We recently interviewed Paul Copan, President of the Evangelical Philosophical Society, about his new book, Is God a Moral Monster: Making Sense of the Old...

To Treat One Another As Humans: Part 2a

I have recently urged gay rights advocates To Treat One Another As Humans. We Christians need reminders at times, too. Our public face in the gay-rights controversy is...

Ethics, Trust, and the Economy

Leaders in every sector can get away with all kinds of improprieties, but when they start messing with people’s money, then there’s trouble. Ethics matter. Ethical failures have...

Christianity, Morality, and Well-Being

Does biblical morality promote well-being? Certainly! Almost two weeks ago I committed to writing on that topic. Sue had commented, I’m not sure that the dogmas of religion...

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