Ethics Archives - Seedbed

John Wesley devoted a substantial part of his life's work to improving the physical health and well-being of all people. Read more today from Bill Guerrant's work on the Organic Wesley.

It's hard to imagine anyone today who is familiar with the Bible not being concerned about the violence in the Old Testament. It's a...

We all hear about fighting against human trafficking, and that is a good thing to fight against. However, human trafficking is not the problem. Kevin Austin shares that human trafficking is merely a symptom of a much larger and more complex problem.

What happened during the 20th century sexual revolution, and how did this affect our culture's views on sexuality? View this Seven Minute Seminary video from Christopher West, the world's leading spokesperson on Pope John Paul II's Theology of the Body.

It’s fine to call one day a year “Earth Day,” but the reality is that for humans and the rest of our biotic community, every day is Earth Day. Read more from Bill Guerrant as he provokes us to care for our earth.

Dr. Brian Edgar, Professor of Theological Studies at Asbury Seminary, confronts ethical questions that arise from advances in biology and medicine. Edgar uses in vitro fertilization as an example and proposes a Christian response to the ethical questions one might face following IVF.  

Taylor Zimmerman shares a Wesleyan view of sexuality.

One of the primary reasons nonbelievers cite for their lack of faith is the hypocrisy of Christians. Does this mean authenticity should be elevated as the chief end of the Christian life? Read more from Andrew Dragos as he discusses the relationship between the church, authenticity, and holiness.

I thoroughly enjoyed this book. So will you. John Grisham’s novel Gray Mountain has everything and almost begs to be made into a movie. Plot...
Seedbed - Seven Minute Seminaryvideo

In today's Seven Minute Seminary, Dr. Kent Dunnington explains how, through the grace of God, we can actually become the virtuous people that image God in our moral lives.

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