This book offers a way of reflecting on eight "life" issues, ranging from sex to capital punishment. It doesn't give answers. It does ask questions. Each issue is explored by a process that offers mature arguments from proponents of different views, yet that leads the reader to make a personal commitment to one course or another. The process consists of concrete situations that put the moral issue in the real-life perspective; a detailed examination of the underlying questions, with arguments supporting each side; discussion questions for group interaction or personal reflection; and suggested readings, resources for those who wish to pursue the questions in more depth.