We cannot escape ethical questions. What Christians need is guidance to think well. In 50 Ethical Questions, J. Alan Branch addresses pointed questions regarding ethics, sexuality, marriage and divorce, bioethics, and Christian living. Readers will find biblical and reasonable guidance on their questions, including:
With Branch’s help, you can navigate ethical challenges with care and conviction.
Those who read 50 Ethical Questions will find answers that are reasonable, helpful, and best of all, biblical.
Dr. Alan Branch’s book 50 Ethical Questions is a treasure trove of biblical wisdom with inestimable value for the person seeking to be faithful to Scripture. This sound, reasoned, and practical guide seeks to answer many of the most pressing ethical questions in today’s culture, and will be an indispensable resource for those who wish to engage culture.
—Anthony W. Allen, president, Hannibal-LaGrange University
It is my privilege to recommend to you this newly released book by Dr. Alan Branch. Dr. Branch speaks to these ethical questions with conviction, with clarity, and with biblical accuracy. In a day, when right seems wrong and wrong seems right (Isaiah 5:20), we need a voice that’s not influenced by this godless culture in which we live, and this book is that source. I recommend this book to you without hesitation or reservation.
—Steve Dighton, pastor emeritus, Lenexa Baptist Church
There are some people who, because of their intellect and spirituality, as well as their ability to articulate complex issues in a way that makes sense, easily gain our attention. Dr. J. Alan Branch is one such person. How timely that he would present 50 Ethical Questions: Biblical Wisdom for Confusing Times at this moment in history. Could there be a book more needed than something like this at a time like this? I don’t think so. Dr. Branch has extrapolated from Scripture important truths, even as he has studied the culture in order to understand what comprises the most-needed wisdom during these very confusing times. I most certainly commend 50 Ethical Questions to you. It will be a great resource for you in your quest for truth.
—Kenneth J. Parker, professor of pastoral ministry and counseling, Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, Kansas City, Missouri; senior pastor, First Baptist Church, Kearney, Missouri