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On Biblical Ethics: Interview with Paul Copan

EPS philosophers very often seek to address all areas of philosophy and theology, including issues of theoretical, biblical and practical ethics.

Paul Copan recently co-authored Introduction to Biblical Ethics with author (and Paul's former professor), Robertson McQuilkin.

In a EPS web interview, Paul talks about the value of biblical ethics, the book project, and how to live faithfully in a pluralistic society.

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