Evangelical Ethics – Dimensions of Decision Making
Chapter 1 is a discussion of five different dimensions or aspects of ethical decision-making. These dimensions include specific cases and issues (casuistry), the use of Scripture, empirical and deliberative elements, specific cases of conflicting obligation, and Christian ethics and law in a pluralistic society.
Source: Evangelical Ethics: Issues Facing the Church Today (P & R Publishing, 2004), 13-26.
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