Christian ethics -- Juvenile literature -- Early works to 1800. : Choice emblems : natural, historical, fabulous, moral and divine; for the improvement and pastime of youth: Serving to display the Beauties and Morals of the ancient fabulists: The Whole calculated to convey the Golden Lessions of Instruction under a new and more delightful Dress. Written for the Amusement of the right honourable Lord Newbattle.
Christian ethics -- New Zealand. : Values and beliefs in New Zealand : the full report : dialogue between social scientists and the churches on the second New Zealand Study of values / by Alan C. Webster and Paul E. Perry with reponses from the churches ; edited by Norman Brooks and Margaret Reid Martin.
Christian ethics -- Quaker authors. : A brief and serious warning : to such as are concerned in commerce and trading who go under the profession of truth, to keep within the bounds thereof, in righteousness, justice ad honesty towards all men.
Christian ethics -- Quaker authors -- Early works to 1800. : To the musicioners, the harpers, the minstrels, the singers, the dancers, the persecutors; : from one who loved dancing and musick as his life, which being parted with, and the light being come, which was before these things, in which they are all seen, and from it is declared, the ground, foundation, beginning, and father, and children, and compass, and end, and the effects of all the harpers, mucisioners , singers and dancers: who may reade what I have learned, who have tryed their wayes, and also searched into the things of God, and declare this according to Scripture, and have found the joy which man cannot take away, in which I rejoyce for ever, because the marriage of the Lamb is come.
Christian ethics -- Study and teaching -- Early works to 1800. : The Young Christian's library : Or, A collection of good and useful books, proper to be given to young persons by their parents, in order to their Christian education and improvement. With a preface relating thereto. And some texts of scripture enforcing the duty of parents, and obedience of children.