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This 41-slide PowerPoint presentation is carefully crafted to be aesthetically pleasing, engaging, informative, but not “cluttered.” This presentation is based on the first chapter in Wayne Grudem’s Christian Ethics. It is the first in a series of four PowerPoints (others are forthcoming and will be completed by the end of February 2021).

A very detailed preview has been uploaded. While much of the text has been removed, each’s slide’s title has been left so that you can get a good idea of what is addressed in this PowerPoint. Other material has also been included to supplement some of Grudem’s main points. The PowerPoint works through the chapter in order, and while very organized, is created to have more of an organic flow so that each slide naturally follows the preceding slide.

Wayne Grudem is a conservative evangelical (and Reformed to be more specific) Christian and scholar. He believes that the Bible is inerrant, and believes that Christian Ethics ought to be conducted with this in mind. However, as he points out and as this presentation elucidates, there are other approaches to ethics in Christianity.


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