The Christian desire to honor God and be faithful to him is the most important reason for learning and practicing what is ethical. We should understand that nothing could be wiser, more appropriate, and more secure than God's way of thinking. For this reason, living an ethical lifestyle will not be done out of an attitude of sacrifice, but out of a feeling of appreciation and desire for God's will.
Ethical addresses topics such as:
Knowing When to Obey or Counter Authority
Ethical Care of Things Owned by Others
Ethical Handling of Finances
Making and Adhering to Ethical Promises
Proper Behavior With the Opposite Sex
About the Author
Dr. Morris graduated from Pacific Coast Baptist Bible College and Anchor Theological Seminary. He received his Ph.D. in Biblical Studies from Louisiana Baptist University. Since 1978, he and his wife, Debbie, have served as missionaries in Chiapas, Mexico.
He presently pastors the Baptist church he founded in Tuxtla Gutierrez and oversees several other churches, missions, and a Christian school. Much of his time is dedicated to training Hispanic pastors and counseling."