New Harris book: based on popular ethics class

Posted May 27, 2014

What does minimal human ethics look like? Can Christians really be followers of Jesus in the way they live today? In his own unique style, Randy Harris wrestles with these and other ethical issues facing Christians and all humanity.

Harris has published a new book, "Life Work: Confessions of an Everyday Disciple," through Leafwood Publishers, an imprint of Abilene Christian University Press. The new book, the third and final work in his "Confessions" series, is based on his popular ethics class at ACU.

WATCH: Harris talks about the importance of ethics in a new book trailer








 


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