How does one write an introductory text without being overly reductive, on the one hand, or unnecessarily bogging down the reader with finer points, on the other? Imagine trying to make a topic as expansive as Christian ethics intelligible to the ‘perplexed’ among us. Victor Lee Austin, Theologian-in-residence at Saint Thomas Church Fifth Avenue (NYC), admirably navigates between these twin pitfalls in this useful and concise volume.
Pickell, Travis Ryan, "Victor Lee Austin, Christian Ethics: A Guide for the Perplexed: Reviewed by Travis Pickell" (2014). Faculty Publications - George Fox School of Theology. 400.