Noel Preston – Ethics With or Without God: Christianity and Morality in the Twenty-first Century, Morning Star Publishing
Review by Bruce Mullan
When I was younger, making ethical decisions seemed a fairly straightforward process. As a Christian I had the Bible and centuries of Christian tradition to draw on when it came to making wise ethical choices—all pretty black and white and all pretty easy to understand.
Now I am older things seem much greyer. As a practising Christian and in the minority in an increasingly pluralistic and secular culture, making ethical decisions is a much more complex process.
This is the challenge that Noel Preston addresses in his new book Ethics With or Without God: Christianity and morality in the 21st century.