The following articles are related to the topic of SITUATION ETHICS

The Tamar Case: A Precedent for Christians?

Are extraordinary methods for achieving pregnancy, e.g., artificial insemination by a third party donor, ethically permissible? Some contend that “how” a woman achieves pregnancy is not a material issue. The Old Testament case of Tamar is even employed as proof. What does the evidence really show?

What Is Modernism?

I frequently see writers refer to what they call “modernism.” Exactly what do they mean by this term?

Is It Okay to Lie Sometimes?

Obfuscation is a type of lying. It is a form of lying that attempts to “sneak” around the truth without being so blatant. This article addresses this type of under-the-table dishonesty.

Some Reflections on “Right” and “Wrong”

In these days of moral and ethical obscurity, many are confused about the issues of “right” and “wrong.” In this article, several biblical principles that help put these themes in focus are discussed.

Nuggets from the Book of Philemon

Though Paul’s letter to Philemon is very brief, it is packed with rich nuggets of truth that truly reward the serious Bible student. Reflect upon some of these points with us in this article.

Christian Ethics and Legal Maneuvering

Christians are not only responsible to the laws of God, they are accountable to the laws designed to protect society. A relationship with Christ does not exempt one from legal culpability.

Vile Tune, Rotten Singer

It is not so much Singer’s nutty ideas about animals that is the focus of controversy (he refuses to wear leather); it is his views about humans—and their relevance in comparison to animals.

Enemies of Christ

There are two kinds of enemies of Jesus: those who campaign against him in public and those who are unwitting enemies of the cross.

The Google “Gag” Order

Google.com retaliates against the Christian Courier’s “The Progressively Aggressive ’Gay’Movement” article. No better example of aggressive behavior could be cited.

What Is a Publican in the New Testament?

Jewish tax collectors were hated in the first century. But Jesus loved them anyway, and they form the basis of an interesting profile study on Christ’s ministry.