Mr. Parham was the founder of the Baptist Center for Ethics and a critic of the conservative resurgence in the Southern Baptist Convention. Parham began his career with the Christian Life Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention in Nashville, where his work focused on issues including hunger, race and the environment. Parham left the CLC and started BCE in 1991. The mission: provide positive, practical and pro-active ethics resources for congregations and congregational leaders. Titles in this collection cover areas ranging from Christian ethics to history and concepts of social care.