An analysis of the teachings of the Bible and the Early Church on divorce and remarriage.
Online complete text of Sir Thomas Brown's 1716 treatise by this title.
Where Christian theology and morality rooted in the best of the past looks at contemporary problems ranging from human origins to birth control.
When a nation is attacked, as the US was on September 11, 2001, what is the proper response by Christians?
Church silence promotes violence to humans, animals, environment. The intent of this series is to encourage the Church to greater works of love and compassion (John 14:12).
Examines the idea that love is an ethical condition behind law and justice, that it cannot be without conditions and that love is moral or it is not love.
Both Jesus and Paul supported divorce rights for "just-cause" - online article presents divorce support within contextual settings.
Article about the definition of ethics, Christian basis of morality, and free will, from a Catholic perspective.
Brief discussions of traditions associated with the seven deadly sins and their eternal punishment.
Sermons and radio broadcasts about marriage, divorce, and remarriage.
Quotations from the Bible says about sex and from a psychology book about sex and marriage.
Christian news and views on contemporary ethical issues in the UK. Position papers, lectures (mp3), articles on theology and apologetics.
Full online text of Francis Wayland: The Elements of Moral Science (1856), a classic text on Christian morality.
The list of these vices and the virtues they oppose. A reference page with Dante's Purgatorio notes, too, and other literary/theater references.
Examines what doctrines are right according to early Christians and Scripture and seeks the restoration of Christian marriage.
Articles, advice and resources for Contemporary Christians
Examines if all religions point to the same truth or all religions lead to God and if there many paths to heaven. This site offers a comparison of major world religions and religious philosophies.
An extensive links page of pacifist resources.
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