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Why Your Congregation Needs Christian Ethics Education

By Bill Tillman | October 21, 2019

We assume Christians will always make choices appropriate to a life lived following Christ. However, without education in Christian ethics, many congregants form decisions based on their political ideologies, not biblical theology.

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Louise Kretzschmar, professor of theological ethics at the University of South Africa, addresses the confusion between what is Christian versus what is one's culture.

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