Should We Admire the Shrewd Steward (Luke 16:1-9)?

Moral exemplarism and Christian ethics Positive role models, or moral exemplars, are increasingly of interest to ethicists. Bridging the gap between theory and practice, exemplars inspire us to live well and, in their own ways, show us how to do so. Their stories, of course, are a staple means by which we encounter and learnContinue reading “Should We Admire the Shrewd Steward (Luke 16:1-9)?”

Article: Truth and Christian Ethics

Studies in Christian Ethics, the journal of the Society for the Study of Christian Ethics, has just published a short article I wrote in response to Professor Mark Wynn’s essay, entitled ‘Truth and Christian Ethics: a Narratival Perspective’. Professor Wynn and I delivered these papers at the Society’s 2021 annual conference. Below, I have copiedContinue reading “Article: Truth and Christian Ethics”