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Ethics By Benedict Spinoza
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This is a reprint of a 19th century translation of "Ethica Ordine Geometrico Demonstrata" by Benedict de Spinoza (Baruch Spinoza, 1632-1677) first published in 1677. The translation by... More > William Hale White (1831-1913), first published in 1883, was prepared for publication by Dr. Maja Trochimczyk, as the first volume of Moonrise Press's Classic Wisdom Book Series. The book consists of five parts: I. Of God; II. Of The Nature and Origin of the Mind, III. Of The Origin and Nature of the Affects; IV. Of Human Bondage, or of the Strength of the Affects; And V. Of the Power of the Intellect, or Of Human Liberty. Born in a Jewish-Portuguese family in Amsterdam in 1621, at 23, Spinoza was expelled from the Jewish community and is buried in a Christian Nieuwe Kerk, The Hague (he died at 44, in 1677). He was neither Jewish nor Christian in his views, and, from today’s perspective may be called one of the early Classics of Awakened Wisdom, aware of the intrinsic unity of the Universe with God, the Source of all.< Less
Ethics By Benedict Spinoza
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This is a reprint of a 19th century translation of "Ethica Ordine Geometrico Demonstrata" by Benedict de Spinoza (Baruch Spinoza, 1632-1677) first published in 1677. The translation by... More > William Hale White (1831-1913), first published in 1883, was prepared for publication by Dr. Maja Trochimczyk, as the first volume of Moonrise Press's Classic Wisdom Book Series. The book consists of five parts: I. Of God; II. Of The Nature and Origin of the Mind, III. Of The Origin and Nature of the Affects; IV. Of Human Bondage, or of the Strength of the Affects; And V. Of the Power of the Intellect, or Of Human Liberty. Born in a Jewish-Portuguese family in Amsterdam in 1621, at 23, Spinoza was expelled from the Jewish community and is buried in a Christian Nieuwe Kerk, The Hague (he died at 44, in 1677). He was neither Jewish nor Christian in his views, and, from today’s perspective may be called one of the early Classics of Awakened Wisdom, aware of the intrinsic unity of the Universe with God, the Source of all.< Less
The Ground for Christian Ethics By T. M. Moore
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How would you respond to the suggestion that failure to live like Jesus in the daily ethical situations of life may well indicate that one's profession of Christ is unproven, and whatever service may... More > have been rendered in His Name may actually be in vain How then must we react to the ethical and moral crises around us As the Instructor and a Disciple tackle this question, we come to understand that following God's law in the daily practice of our lives is essential to our walk of faith in Jesus Christ.< Less
The Ground for Christian Ethics By T. M. Moore
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How would you respond to the suggestion that failure to live like Jesus in the daily ethical situations of life may well indicate that one’s profession of Christ is unproven, and whatever... More > service may have been rendered in His Name may actually be in vain? How then must we react to the ethical and moral crises around us? As the Instructor and a Disciple tackle this question, we come to understand that following God's law in the daily practice of our lives is essential to our walk of faith in Jesus Christ.< Less
Understanding the Scriptures Ethics & Christianity By Stephen Hogan
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There are ideologies that proclaim that there are no absolute truths, but this is a fallacy. Throughout history people's views and beliefs have changed, but the Word of God is forever settled in... More > heaven. In this book, the true standard of God is defined and ethical issues are put to the test by viewing them from a Biblical perspective. It is important to know right from wrong and this book will help Christians come to the realization of the true standard of God and they will be able to distinguish right from wrong.< Less
Introduction to Philosophical Ethics: A Christian Perspective By Domenic Marbaniang
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An Introduction to Philosophical Ethics, this book analyses various ethical theories like the deontological theories, the teleological theories, metaethical theories, etc. It concludes with a... More > Biblical evaluation towards the end.< Less
CHRISTIAN ETHICS AND VALUES (VOLUME 1) By DR. CARLOS N. MOORE
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THE CONTENTS OF THIS BOOK WILL HELP ALL PEOPLE WHO ARE STRUGGLING WITH MAKING ETHICAL DECISIONS IN THEIR LIVES. MANY CHRISTIANS MAY SOMETIMES BECOME CONFUSED BY WHAT IS "RIGHT" AND WHAT IS... More > "WRONG." I HAVE NO DOUBT THAT AFTER YOU READ THIS BOOK, YOUR LIFE WILL IMPROVE AND YOU WILL BE ARMED WITH MORE TOOLS TO USE IN YOUR DAILY WALK AS A CHRISTIAN.< Less
Christian Ethics: Two Volumes in One By Adolf Wuttke
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A philosophical and theological treatise on what Christian ethics should be. Going throughout Christian history and the world of God, Wuttke determines what defines right and wrong within the context... More > of the world he lives. Although Wuttke lived in a different time, the truths he based his ethics off of are timeless and makes the relevancy of these words go into all time.< Less
A Christian Directory : Christian Ethics, Volume I (Illustrated) By Richard Baxter
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“This book was written in 1664 and 1665 (except the Ecclesiastic Cases of Conscience, and a few sheets since added). And since the writing of it, some invitations drew me to publish my... More > "Reasons of the Christian Religion," my "Life of Faith," and "Directions for Weak Christians;" by which the work of the two first chapters here is more fully done; and therefore I was inclined here to leave them out; but for the use of such families as may have this without the other, I forbore to dismember it.”< Less
The Ethics of SWINGING By Tom Gruber
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The Ethics of SWINGING asks three fundamental questions about the swinging lifestyle: 1. Is swinging ethical? 2. Overall, are swingers happier than non-swingers? 3. Is swinging biblical? Most... More > non-swingers think swingers are immoral alleycats. Most Christians think swingers are headed for Hell in a hand-basket. Nevertheless, the TV show Swingtown may change how Americans view this lifestyle. Polls show that many swingers are also believers in the Bible. But is the term "Christian Swinger" an oxymoron? Are swingers simply committing adultery and/or fornication? Does the Bible have anything to say about swinging? The Ethics of SWINGING by Tom Gruber wrestles with these and other difficult ethical issues in this thought-provoking book. Regardless of your current position, The Ethics of SWINGING will challenge the way you view the swinging lifestyle.< Less