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The Case for Character Hardcover – October, 2005
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The book has fourteen chapters divided into three parts: Part 1, The Foundation of Character, explores why character counts citing the principles and power for character. Nabors explains the source of and the teleological reasons (ultimate reasons) for character; Part 2, The Content of Character, provides examples and reasons supporting familiar attributes of character such as humility, faith, hope, wisdom, courage, self-control, justice, and love; and Part 3, Character in the Real World, provides examples of practical implications of a life of character. For example, character attributes in government, business, and leadership must be exhibited and maintained constantly because people and organizations depend on honesty and character in the never-ceasing daily transactions of life. Without character there is chaos.
"The Case for Character: Looking at Character from a Biblical Perspective" is for all people and written by a person who has lived a life of humility, service, and high character.
WORTH EARLWOOD NORMAN JR is the author of James Solomon Russell