Each day we are faced with new challenges as we consider the wide-reaching impact of scientific and technological advancements. Our ability to decipher right from wrong is at a critical juncture. In MentorShift, Dr. William H. Curtis explores a myriad of important ethical questions. Using the example of Moses and the burning bush, Dr. Curtis takes the reader on a journey that connects the ancient world with modern dilemmas.
By exploring topics such as genetic engineering, artificial intelligence, racial and ethnic relations, and mental health, MentorShift gives readers the ability to thoughtfully think through decisions while also battling with the realities that come with mentoring others from all walks of life.
MentorShift is a valuable resource for anyone hoping to gain a strong grasp on the ethical challenges being introduced within our society, how to respond to them when interacting with others, and how to manage the shift that is taking place in our interpersonal relationships.