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Kent A. Van Til has taught at Hope College, Kuyper College, Marquette University, and ESEPA Seminary in Costa Rica.He is also the author of Less Than Two Dollars a Day: A Christian View of World Poverty and the FreeMarket.,
Christine Firer Hinze
"This gem of a volume expertly introduces the rich subject matter of Christian ethics in a lucid and appealing format. Kent Van Til's scholarly knowledge, pedagogical skill, and lively faith make this text a joy to read. Highly recommended!"
Duke Divinity School
"Van Til's primer on Christian ethics introduces students not only to the vocabulary of Christian ethics but also to a broader range of issues surrounding moral agency, moral norms, and moral consequences - and offers a variety of ways of dealing with those issues. No less importantly, The Moral Disciple attends to Scripture and invites readers to a richer practice of 'moral discipleship.' "
Washington and Lee University
"With wonderfully readable sentences and vivid illustrations, Van Til offers clear, useful, and comprehensive conceptual distinctions and applies concepts to familiar contemporary issues and ideas, inviting response and discussion. Anyone seeking an introduction to Christian ethics will be grateful for this brief volume."
Daniel C. Maguire
"A gem of a textbook that shows how exciting ethics is and how it relates to economics, politics, the arts, and hard science."
Richard J. Mouw (from foreword)
Fuller Theological Seminary
"I wish I had been able to assign this fine book by Kent Van Til to my ethics classes when I first started teaching college students over four decades ago. . . . Reading this book has made me more sensitive to the need for more moral honesty in my own soul!"
Calvin Theological Journal
"Van Til is a gifted writer, and reading this book is a delightful experience. . . . This book will be a valuable resource for anyone interested in a Christian approach to normative ethics."
Midwest Book Review
"An intriguing debate on the concepts of morality and what is demanded of a Christian's ethics."