Panel Discussion: Ethics In The Market Place

From Do the Right Thing

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In this session all speakers of the mini-conference, Do the Right Thing, come together to discuss the importance of ethics and where we as Christians can see our impact everyday. They discuss how we as Christians should approach the topic of ethics to everyone around us and how we should see ethics and virtues reflected in our own lives.

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Authors

  • Chuck Colson

    • Founder, Prison Fellowship, BreakPoint
  • Scott B Rae  

    • Chair, Philosophy of Religion and Ethics
    • Professor of Philosophy of Religion and Ethics
  • Sean McDowell

    • Author / Speaker / Educator, Worldview Ministries
  • Frank Pastore

    • Host of the Frank Pastore Show, 99.5 FM KKLA
  • John Stonestreet

    • Executive Director, Summit Ministries
    • Fellow, Chuck Colson Center for Christian Worldview

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