Facing the consequences of a society that no longer values choosing right from wrong
Dan Taddeo
One Nation Without God

History is filled with great civilizations that have come and gone.
They all experienced moral decay from within.

One Nation Without God documents the cultural and moral changes that have brought devastating consequences upon our society in the last two generations. You will find the author's compilation of quotes and statistics an eye opening

Godliness vs. Worldliness
Daniel Taddeo
The Controversy is an anthology of eight books. It contains a random selection of gems of wisdom on 200 related topics, about 25 from each book listed on the reverse side, each fewer that 300 words long.

• They are timeless and challenging.
• They give encouragement and hope.
• They provide perspective and solutions.

They focus on all the important aspects of living

Reflections On The Sinful, The Tragic, The Demonic, And The Ambiguous
Kenneth Cauthen
Evil and suffering are a part of everyone’s experience. Kenneth Cauthen breaks new ground in exploring the torments and terrors of this life. Some of his positions may be considered daring and controversial. But his approach, while creative, is roote...

A Bio-Historical ApproachVolume 2: Application
Kenneth Cauthen
In these two volumes, Kenneth Cauthen thoroughly examines what he terms ”the ethics of belief.” Simply stated, Cauthen posits that ethics are a matter of the convictions that individuals and communities have about what is right and wrong, good and ev...

A Bio-Historical ApproachVolume 1: Theory
Kenneth Cauthen
In these two volumes, Kenneth Cauthen thoroughly examines what he terms ”the ethics of belief.” Simply stated, Cauthen posits that ethics are a matter of the convictions that individuals and communities have about what is right and wrong, good and ev...

A Search For Insight And Hope
Kenneth Cauthen
Evil and suffering are a part of everyone’s experience. Kenneth Cauthen breaks new ground in exploring the torments and terrors of this life. Some of his positions may be considered daring and controversial. But his approach, while creative, is roote...

Richard M. Zaner
Ethics and the Clinical Encounter explores the moral dimensions of clinical medicine and the phenomenon of illness, to determine what ethics must be in order to be fully responsive to clinical encounters. Written in a lively and conversational

When Life Becomes A Burden Too Hard To Bear
Kenneth Cauthen
Are we ever justified in choosing to die by deliberate action? Is it ever right to aid those who request assistance in dying?

These questions are widely debated today, and in this book Cauthen sets forth the major arguments for and against ph