Before you can be a moral person, you must have a valid moral philosophy. Ask Yourself to be Moral teaches you the two questions you need to ask yourself to help ensure that your personal morality is something you can be confident in. The book also includes copious examples of errors in moral reasoning, and more than a hundred pages of practical examples of moral thinking to help you develop your personal morality. Although the book does not have a religious agenda, both atheists and theists will find challenges to their deepest-held beliefs. No matter whether your morality is grounded in faith or reason, Ask Yourself to be Moral will help you develop it to its fullest potential.