Category Archives: Ethics

The Irrationality and Evil of Moral Relativism

“Woe to those who call evil good, and good evil; Who substitute darkness for light and light for darkness; Who substitute bitter for sweet and sweet for bitter!” ~Isaiah 5:20~ If teaching in higher education for the past thirteen years has taught me anything, it … Continue reading

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Preachers, Stealing is Still Wrong

In his little book Should We Use Someone Else’s Sermon? Preaching in a Cut-and-Paste World, Scott Gibson discusses the out-of-control problem of preachers plagiarizing their sermons.[1] One minister, W. Banwell “Barney” Heyward Jr., lost his job after admitting to plagiarizing … Continue reading

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Breaching Contracts: The Ethics of Signing Statements of Faith

Many Christian colleges and universities have what are called Statements of Faith. These Statements are descriptions of what the institution believes about the Christian faith, often following the topics of systematic theology, such as beliefs about the Bible, God, Jesus, … Continue reading

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