Doing The Right Thing: Making Moral Choices in a World Full of Options by Chip Arnold

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Chip Arnold
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Zondervan on Brilliance Audio
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9781511329903
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“Christians must fight doggedly against the moral relativism that saps the vital energy of our culture. This book and accompanying DVD series are powerful arms for the battle.” — from the foreword by Robert P. George & Melissa Moschella In this capstone audiobook to the Doing the Right Thing video and study series — the last major project of bestselling author Chuck Colson before his death — Colson associate and ethicist Scott B. Rae shows that there is such a thing as moral truth, that it can be known, and that it can be put into practice. Looking specifically at the areas of medicine, the marketplace, and public life, Rae demonstrates how foundational ethical principles can lead to moral day-to-day decisions. Informed by Scripture and appealing for a renewed understanding of the importance of the Christian faith in moral training, Doing the Right Thing issues a call for cultivated virtue that can bring about both better lives and a better society. Ethical and character issues relate to every aspect of modern life. Doing the Right Thing will equip you to promote virtue in your own spheres of influence and in the culture at large.


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