In Dismantling the Myths, ethics professor Frank Moore offers a compass to guide us through the fog of relativism to clearer understanding of the philosophies of our day. The result is a perspective that accommodates changing times without compromising timeless truths.
What is the source for our beliefs, the motivation behind our behavior, the guide for our ethics? By what ruler do we measure right and wrong? In the midst of a stormy sea of relativism, Dr. Frank Moore offers an in-depth understanding of how and why we make the choices we do and offers a moral compass to guide us all -- one that accommodates changing times without compromising timeless truths. Paper.
Frank Moore currently serves as professor of theology and director of the Center for Faith and Culture at Olivet Nazarene University. He served 23 years at MidAmerica Nazarene University prior to that. Moore received an MDiv in religion from Nazarene Theological Seminary and an MA and a PhD, both in religion, at Vanderbilt University. Moore’s other books include Coffee Shop Theology, The Power to Be Free, Rendezvous: A Sacred Encounter with God, and Dismantling the Myths. He and his wife Sue live in Bourbonnais, IL.