||Christians In the Public Square: Law, Gospel, And Public
Warwick Montgomery ,
David Kilgour, C.E.B.
Table of Contents
What Reviewers are Saying
A collection of
33 articles which examine such issues as the inter-relationship
between the concepts of "law" and "gospel"; what a Christian should
and should not attempt to do in the public realm of politics; and
bioethical issues. Included are essays by David Kilgour, one of
Canada's longest serving Members of Parliament and former Deputy
Speaker of the Canadian House of Commons, providing the perspective
of a practicing politician; and theologian C. E. B. Cranfield on
the New Testament's teaching.
Government:A Biblical View
Author: Robert D. Culver
Civil Government: A Biblical View is the result of a life-time of
Bible study, and interaction with the ideas of many thinkers over
the centuries from many different countriesSt. Augustine,
Thomas Aquinas, John Calvin, the Puritan divines, and Will Herberg
Driven People: A Christian Approach To Management
approach to management. Dr. Johnson of Baylor University challenges
readers to evaluate their own workplace-related decisions and behaviour
in light of biblical principles. 42 pages
of the Innocents
Author: John Warwick Montgomery
of innocent children throughout history repeats Herod's terrifying
act in the first century. Today this slaughter includes the unborn.
Included are essays on "How to Decide the Birth Control Question",
"The Christian View of the Fetus", the "American Medical Association
Symposium: When Does Life Begin?", and "Abortion and the Law: Three
Clarifications." A powerful defense of pro-life and traditional,
biblical morality in the areas of sex and the family.
Authors: John Warwick
Montgomery and Joseph Fletcher
of the historic debate between the late Joseph Fletcher, father
of "situation ethics" and John Warwick Montgomery at the University
of California - San Diego. A devastating critique of all attempts
to base morality on contexts, situations, or relativism.
Audiotape of live recording
of this debate