Resources

Why should Christians study ethics?

One of the (many) ongoing debates within the Church today centers around the usefulness of worldview studies and how we are to think about the nature of the Christian life….

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What is going on between Russia and Ukraine?

Over the last few months, tensions have mounted on the border between Russia and Ukraine. This has led to international coverage of this conflict because of the countries involved, the potential toll of an…

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What does Christian ethics have to do with global affairs?

One of my favorite email newsletters I read is from The Economist. It has become a go-to resource for world news. Each morning, they send a rundown called the Espresso….

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What does the image of God have to do with the pro-life movement?

Years ago, I was talking with a fellow Christian ethicist about various aspects of social ethics (moral reflection on societal, structural, and communal issues) and it struck me that he…

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Content moderation can’t stop another January 6th​

Just over a year ago, a rogue group of protestors launched a violent assault on the United States Capitol, stoked by misinformation and a lie of a stolen election from…

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4 ethical issues in technology to watch for in 2022

For the past few years, I have had the opportunity to highlight some of the top ethical issues in technology to be aware of as we begin a new year….

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Roundup of Top Conversations from 2021

I started the Digital Public Square podcast (formerly WeeklyTech) back in April 2020 with the hopes of furthering the conversation in the Church on the pressing issues of theology, ethics,…

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Roundup of Top Articles of 2021

As we begin this Advent season, I always find it helpful to look back over the previous year and think about the various ways that the Lord has blessed me…

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