The main question the essays address is the relationship between moral convictions and the Christian understanding of God, occasioned by the challenge of secularism to the relevance of religious faith. The secularist's challenge is appropriately posed by Alasdair MacIntyre, in the first essay, "What Has Christianity to Say to the Moral Philosopher?" MacIntyre poses five issues to which the Christian theologian should feel compelled to respond, such as articulating the status and authority of rules, or describing the nature of radical evil.
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