Christian ethics can deepen our awareness of God's will and purpose, informing and shaping our minds and hearts. In this singular new work, Canadian ethicist Terry Anderson invites us to explore a systematic approach to discerning the Christian way. Through a thorough analysis of give significant areas of Christian ethics, the author examines the morality of our culture. What needs to be preserved? What should be set aside as belonging to this passing age and not to the new creation of Christ? Anderson is concerned with right relations rather than solutions, with matters of love and hope, with habits of the heart. Complete with case histories and stories illustrating how Christian ethics can guide us in moral living, Walking in the Way is an ideal introduction to disciplined reflection on the Christian way.