Ethics is a popular theme for discussion among A Level students and many syllabuses reflect this interest.
Christian Social Ethics outlines the principles of Christian ethics, showing how they developed and how they are relevant today - both in theory and in practice. It highlights the 'hot' issues of our time, from the environment, human rights and politics through to business, fair wages and education and encourages students to see the issues from a Christian point of view in order to gain an appreciation of Christian moral teaching, both in a historical and modern context.
Using discussion points and exercises for students to complete in groups or individually, the book examines the ways in which practising Christians conduct themselves in the modern-day world and assesses the problems they often face in their attempt to lead morally and theistically fulfilled lives.
Cat No: 978 1 86083 489 9