The revised second edition of the accessible guide to contemporary
ethical issues that are at the intersection of religion and
morality The updated second edition of Do Morals Matter? offers an
authoritative yet approachable guide to the current ethical issues
that bridge the gap between religion and morality. This informed
text examines today's key ethical issues that range from making
moral decisions in business and medicine, to the uncertainty of war
and terrorism and the tenuous condition of our environment. This
popular textbook embraces the dramatic changes that have occurred
since the first edition was published such as changes in attitude
towards the LGBT community as well as emerging ethical areas such
as cyber ethics. In consultation with professors, the new edition
includes sections at the beginning and end of each chapter that
provide clear and succinct summaries of key issues, as well as
reflective and discussion questions. This revised text: Sets out
all the major ethical options in a balanced way inviting students
to make their own mind up Deals with both moral philosophy and
applied ethics Starts every chapter with a thought-exercise to
provoke discussion Places Brexit and President Trump in an
appropriate ethical framework Develops the concept of a Morally
Serious Person. Written for students studying ethics in departments
of theology and religion, Do Morals Matter? is the thoroughly
revised and updated edition of the text that explores contemporary
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