New video reading guide for “A Case for Character”

acaseforcharacter.comJoel Biermann’s new book A Case for Character charts the map for navigating the popular field of “virtue ethics” from a genuinely Lutheran perspective. A new series of short videos unpacks the key concepts (think: teleology) and figures (think: Stanley Hauerwas) in the book for readers—particularly pastors, students, and interested lay people—who aren’t necessarily trained in the field. The videos are a perfect introduction to the book, and a perfect companion to reading it. The free videos are suitable for individuals or small group study.

The video series is available at acaseforcharacter.com.

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2 Comments

  1. charles Kosberg July 25, 2014
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    Was unable to get any sound on the video introduction portions.

    • Travis Scholl July 25, 2014

      Thanks for the question. There actually isn’t any sound to accompany the introductions to the videos.

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