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Teaching Fellow Recommended Books

Choosing My Religion
By R. C. Sproul (Baker)

Description
R.C. Sproul evaluates the only two foundations for belief: favorite-flavor-ice-cream truth (one religion is as good as another, so pick one that works for you) and jelly-bean-total truth (only one ultimate truth can fit into the reality that really is real). These are the options--Sproul provides good help at arriving at sound answers to life's big questions. Very popular with high school students.

Christianity and the Nature of Science: A Philosophic Investigation
By J. P. Moreland (Baker)

Description
Are science and Christianity inherently incompatible? Is creation science a contradiction in terms? A pioneering and impressive contribution to the integration of Christianity and science.

Evangelical Ethics
By John Jefferson Davis (P&R)

Description
Issues Facing the Church Today--homosexuality, abortion, euthanasia, reproduction and world population, divorce and remarriage, capital punishment, war and peace, civil disobedience and revolution, etc. Clear, biblical investigations.

The Gnostic Empire Strikes Back
By Peter Jones (P&R)

Description
What do all these have in common--militant feminism, eastern religions, homosexual rights, nature worship, political correctness. Peter Jones traces these all back to an ancient heresy reasserting itself today. "Essential reading" (R.C. Sproul). "A remarkable work...these findings throw a flood of light on a dark subject" (Jay E. Adams).

Relativism
By Francis Beckwith and Gregory Koukl (Baker)

Description
A critique of moral relativism and its inconsistencies and implications. Treats related subjects such as abortion, homosexuality, multiculturalism, political correctness, tolerance. Offers commonsense assistance to all who desire to understand the modern challenges to the Christian faith and its moral system. Very popular with educators, church leaders, and students.

War: Four Christian Views
Edited by Robert Clouse

Description
Biblical Nonresistance, Christian Pacifism, Just War, and Preventive War. 

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Dr. Davis' Recommended Web Links

Religion and Ethics Newsweekly

Description
A comprehensive site that addresses current ethical issues
http://www.pbs.org/wnet/religionandethics

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Teaching Fellow Recommended Web Links

The Center for Applied Christian Ethics

Description
This website lists a number of great links to Ethics websites
http://www.wheaton.edu/CACE/links/linksmain.htm

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