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No Easy Answers Downloadable Youth Study
A Christian ethics course with real-life dilemmas and case studies organized around the Ten Commandments. No Easy Answers is highly interactive and great for teens and young adults.

http://faithaliveresources.org/Products/138630/no-easy-answers-download.aspx

Book review: The Death of Truth, editor Dennis McCallum, Baker Book Publishers
Christianity and Christian ethics are under attack as never before. But so often, we are like a blind-folded child in a party game: we know someone is hitting us, but we don’t understand who, why, or the nature of the attack. This book is probably the best available for explaining ‘postmodernism’. Don’t be put off by this technical term! It really just means ‘mood of the age’.

http://internetevangelismday.com/bookreviews/death-of-truth.php

Is there such a thing as a “righteous lie”?
Is it a always a sin to lie? Is there ever a time when it’s OK to commit a “lesser” sin—perhaps to avoid what you perceive as a much more serious sin?

http://gospel.com/blog/index.php/2009/11/25/is-there-such-a-thing-as-a-righteous-lie/

The Most Vulnerable Spot - #3105
When you are handling money, always take the high road. Don't see how close to the edge of integrity you can play - see how far you can stay from the edge - always erring on the side of taking too many precautions. Money seems to have spiritual power - and Satan knows it. He has used the abuse of it - or just naive carelessness with it - to majorly harm to the name of Christ and the trust of God's people.

http://hutchcraft.com/a-word-with-you/your-personal-power/the-most-vulnerable-spot-3105

Moral in the Bible - a Christian perspective
These few verses in Psalm 19 point to how one becomes moral: by following the law of the LORD, following His precepts and fearing Him. By doing so, we will develop the character of a moral person.

http://biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Psalm%2019:7-9&version=NIV

Why can't I live my life as an agnostic? - Faith Facts
Of course one may live as an agnostic. But we hope to show the atheist or agnostic that without God, moral judgments or any type of ethics are meaningless. And if God exists, agnosticism is eternally unwise. Read more....

http://faithfacts.org/search-for-truth/questions-of-christians/why-cant-I-live-my-life-...

Quesitons Asked: Cultural Relativism
Article on Cultural Relativism and how Nazism and Martin Luther King, Jr., both reveal there are some morals universally non-negotiable.

http://soulation.org/library/articles/q_a_cultural_relativism.pdf

The Moral Law
The argument for a moral law is one of the most persuasive arguments in favor of God's existence. It was the basis for much of the writing of C.S. Lewis. What makes the moral law so interesting is that we need not consult any ancient texts or religious doctrine, we need only to look inside ourselves

http://delveintojesus.com/articles/72/The-Moral-Law.aspx

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