Bioethics Minute Human Personalism and the Defense of Life

28Feb/110

Ethics and Nazis

We begin a discussion on ethical conflicts, based on the classical problem of hiding Jewish neighbors in Nazi-occupied Holland. When the soldiers knock on your door and ask you if you are hiding any Jews, do you lie or tell the truth?

25Feb/110

Being Ethical Without God

Ultimately, our ethical and moral ideas come from our Creator-God. But can we be ethical without God?

24Feb/110

Thou Shalt Not Kill

What about the biblical commandment against killing? Are there any exceptions?

23Feb/110

Biblical Ethics

God said it, and that settles it! At least, that's the bumper sticker slogan for biblical ethics. We discuss the pros and cons of this idea.

22Feb/110

Ethics and Bumper Stickers – Part Two

We continue our discussion of bumper stickers as a shorthand for ethical theories.

21Feb/110

Ethics and Bumper Stickers

What's the best ethical system to live by? In fact, we have a number of ethical systems, and all of them are helpful -- as long as we understand their limitations.

18Feb/110

Ethics and Cassie Bernall – Part Two

We continue our discussion of the Cassie Bernall incident.

17Feb/110

Ethics and Cassie Bernall

What would you do if someone pointed a gun at you and asked if you were a Christian? What is your ethical obligation? We consider the story of Cassie Bernall in this two-part discussion.

16Feb/111

Ethics is for Everyone

Some claim that ethics is a special domain that requires a saintly disposition and theological training. Actually, it's something that everyone knows at heart, whether they follow it or not.

15Feb/110

Why Care About Ethics?

Why should we care about ethics? Isn't it enough to concern ourselves with evangelism? Here is a look at the importance of ethical concerns in our daily lives.