E 157 Preaching on Ethical Issues (2010)


Very often we hear the call for the church to “say something” about a burning ethical issue. But preaching on these things is fraught with danger and so often avoided.

This study considers Jesus' own approach to ethical teaching, and follows this trajectory in the New Testament to find an agenda for a reflecting, learning community that thinks and acts ethically‚ and then suggests key ways we can preach to encourage this.

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Author: Revd Greg Forster

Greg Forster is a retired Anglican cleric, now living in rural South Shropshire. His long association with the Grove Ethics series has included titles on New Testament books, Jesus as an ethicist and ethical preaching. Current interests are archaeology, reading, writing, occasional tutoring and preaching. He is married to Sue, whose degree was in agriculture.

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