This book teaches children what's right and wrong. The principles and examples of integrity need to be taught to children whilst they are still young. By reading this book and explaining the morals behind each story, the parents would instil the right values to their children. This book is fun and engages the children.
It's dinner time in suburbia and a precocious child is sharing with her parents some very disturbing thoughts about this so-called 'gift of life.' We all want our kids to be above average, but parents should be careful what they wish for!
Ethan's spring break trip with his father is abruptly changed. He reluctantly decides to spend his break with his grandfather. He accepts an opportunity to learn to fly and so direct his destiny. He learns to drive a pickup truck and his friendships unexpectedly grow. His journey becomes one of respect for his individuality and appreciation for others.
A collection of essays that explore how a compassionate approach to business, finance, the environment and politics can transform our world. Each essay takes one of the world's most critical challenges and outlines a solution predicated on the golden rule: treat others and the planet as you wish to be treated. The book was co-curated by Kim Polman and Stephen Vasconcellos-Sharpe.
Is there a solid foundation for the ethical concept of the good? Danish-Jewish thinker Andreas Simonsen explores this “ancient all-important question using an ancient technique – the dialogue form. Three separate conversations, three different interlocutors, three different worldviews – a fascinating journey through Western philosophy and scientific theory.
God wants us to attain salvation, but God never said we were entitled to salvation. We must earn it. The Secrets of Genesis, a Pathway to Eternal Life uncovers the meaning behind God's actions for creating the universe and how His actions provide us with undeniable guidance on how to earn salvation and eternal life.
Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount was his orientation to his newly-recruited disciples which became one of the most important collections of Jesus’ teachings. Its theme is to put God first. The eBook applies Jesus’ teachings to our contemporary lives and can be read both as a study of Matthew 5, 6, and 7 and as devotional reading for inspiration.
The scientific method is to observe facts, develop theories that explain those facts, and change the theories as new facts are discovered. Our theories of God are stuck in the past and are based on misunderstood observations and wild guesses.It is time for a new theory of God based on the facts we know today. This is an attempt at devising A Theory of God.
United Church of Christ clergyman John Zehring makes the case that based upon the Golden Rule, torture is wrong, all torture is wrong, and torture is always wrong. The Golden Rule as taught by Jesus of Nazareth: Do to others as you would have them do to you. Versions of this rule are found in all of the major world religions, which Zehring lists in this brief essay.