Mark has taught ethics courses at Ashland University for over 30 years, and has also published numerous articles dealing with philosophy and sports ethics.
Mark intends to use the book in conjunction with his ethics classes. His aim in writing it was to expose the ever increasingly secularized flow of young people to the classic understanding of Christian morality.
As one review puts it, Mark's book is
"a readable, accurate, biblically-based guide to ethics [which] … winsomely guides the uninitiated reader through the various debates about how to approach God’s Law as an ethical standard, helping the student to see the differences between legalism, theonomy and antinomianism. He draws on a variety of Christian apologists—Van Til, Schaeffer, Lewis, Bahnsen, Sire and Pink—but never overwhelms the reader.
– Dr. John A. Sparks, Retired Dean of Arts & Letters and Professor of Law at Grove City College, Grove City, PA.