The Christian Reflection Project
Christian Reflection: A Series in Faith and Ethics was a quarterly publishing project of The Institute for Faith and Learning at Baylor University. Running from 2000 to 2016, the series consists of sixty-one titles and their accompanying study guides, all produced under the careful editorial guidance of Bob Kruschwitz.
Every issue of Christian Reflection offers reliable guidance in engaging the ethical dimensions of today's world. The themed articles, inspirational pieces, book-reviews, interviews, Christian art, liturgies, and hymns combine to help the Church reintegrate Christian ethical reflection, worship, and art.
The links in the navigation menu take you to all themed issues of Christian Reflection that you may download and reproduce for free (Adobe Acrobat Reader required). At the page associated with each themed issue, you may also download and reproduce individual articles, inspirational pieces, book reviews, interviews, worship materials and hymns, discussion of Christian art, and the study guides and lesson plans related to each theme.
Permission to reproduce materials in this series: For any of the items in the Christian Reflection series that are copyrighted by Baylor University, we hereby grant permission for you to reproduce those items for personal and public worship and study. Where appropriate, please cite the copyright. For other items in the Ethics Library that are not copyrighted by Baylor, please contact the copyright owner for permission to reproduce them.