October 21, 2005
Crucial decisions about life and death often depend on our worldview. In a message delivered to physicians, Alistair Begg asks, What drives our ethical reasoning? If our moral compass says that, in the words of Solomon, “everything is meaningless,” then we have no binding standard or principle by which to measure our choices. But if our judgments are made by “remembering your Creator”—Solomon’s plea to his son—then moral mandates are divinely ordered and must be obeyed.