In "Biblical Ethics", Chambers says that God's ultimate purpose in Christ's atonement is to readjust humanity to Himself. This calls for a moral response on our part involving thought, feeling, and will that flesh out the ethical principles of the Christian faith. "Moral Foundations" takes us deep below the surface of everyday life where the foundations for enduring sainthood are laid. Chambers' instruction in righteousness illumines the dim regions of the soul in the blazing light of holy Scripture. Sin always breaks hearts, spoils lives, and crushes human potential. In "Philosophy of Sin", Chambers helps us to understand what is wrong with humanity and how the basic wrong can be put right through Christ's atonement, which makes possible human repentence and appropriation of faith.
This three-in-one volume by Oswald Chambers, recognized as an intimate companion of God, substantiates the very basis of the Christian faith. He upholds the moral and spiritual standing of Christians, despite challenges from today's secular, skeptical, and lawless rationalists. Here Chambers addresses the human needs to recognize the ethical demands of Scripture, and he challenges readers to act as Jesus did, in the power of His Spirit. Throughout these pages he upholds the ethical principles of the Christian life by promoting Christian thinking that leads to godly behavior.
Oswald Chambers (1874-1917) is best known for the classic devotional My Utmost for His Highest. Born in Scotland, Chambers had a teaching and preaching ministry that took him as far the United States and Japan. He died at age forty-three while serving as chaplain to British Commonwealth troops in Egypt during World War I.