June 10, 2008

A Crisis of Christian Ethics

The Society of Christian Ethics has proposed new Standards of Professional Conduct that significantly call into question the group's commitment to anything resembling traditional Christian principles. Their moral ambiguity on issues of sexuality have prompted Prof. Daniel Heimbach, a longtime member, to recently resign his membership. On today's program, Dr. Mohler welcomes Dr. Heimbach and Dr. Mark Coppenger for a helpful conversation about Christian ethics and higher education.


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