Religious ethics is at a critical juncture, given the significance of non-Christian ethical beliefs and practices. This survey text by Christine E. Gudorf renders comparative religious beliefs meaningful for students, especially in the area of "everyday ethics"-food and diet, work, sex and marriage, proper dress, anger and violence, charity, and family. Chapters contain original, contemporary case studies, searching discussion questions, suggested readings and films, and a glossary to enrich students' understanding and appreciation of the challenges of living ethically. Book jacket.
Comparative Religious Ethics
Augsburg Fortress, Publishers
Everyday Decisions for Our Everyday Lives
Mind, Body & Spirit