The Moral Disciple

An Introduction to Christian Ethics

by KENT A VAN TIL (Author)Kent A. Van Til (Author)Richard J. Mouw (Foreword by)


The ability to judge good from bad, right from wrong, is a uniquely human characteristic. However, given the complexity of life, it is often difficult to discern which choice to make, where our responsibilities lie, or what the consequences of an action (or of a nonaction) will be.
In "The Moral Disciple" Kent Van Til surveys the skills and dispositions that we need to address moral issues responsibly. This basic introduction to Christian ethics the systematic evaluation of morality highlights the centrality of Christ and the Christian faith in moral formation, and it offers an ethical framework to guide Christians as they engage a host of moral dilemmas, including those surrounding wealth, sexuality, and the end of life. Using easy-to-read prose and defining terms carefully, Van Til provides an accessible introduction to this crucial and practical subject."



Kent A. Van Til, Author

Van Til, Kent A.: - Kent A. Van Til has taught at Hope College, Kuyper College, Marquette University, and ESEPA Seminary in Costa Rica.He is also the author of Less Than Two Dollars a Day: A Christian View of World Poverty and the FreeMarket.,

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