Annual of the Society of Christian Ethics 1988

Annual of the Society of Christian Ethics 1988

By: Harlan Beckley (editor)Paperback

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"The Annual", the journal of the Society of Christian Ethics, offers access to a wide variety of the most recent work in Christian and religious ethics. It is an essential source for student and faculty to keep abreast of new developments in the discipline and to locate sources for research.

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Editor's Preface Presidential AddressTo Serve Our God and to Rule the WorldJohn H. Yoder Selected Papers The Polyphonic Ethics of the Apostle PaulWayne A. MeeksThe Practice and Performance of Scripture: Grounding Christian Ethics in a Communal HermeneuticMichael G. CartwrightThe Struggle for Social Justice in South Africa and the Need for an Ethic of Christian CommunityR. Neville RichardsonEthics, Economics and Christian Realism: Religious Social Theories of Reinhold Neibuhr and Gregory VlastosP. Travis KroekerJustice in the Puritan Convenantal TraditionE. Clinton GardnerThe Federal Tradition of Theology and Political Ethics: Background for Understanding the U.S. Constitution and SocietyCharles S. McCoyRoger Williams on the Limits of Religious LibertyEllis M. WestWays of Thinking NaturallyMartin L. CookThe Ethical Legitimacy of Excluding the Elderly and Limitations of the Relational model of AgencyJohn F. KilnerThe Social Self at the VDT: Exploring the Advantages and Limitations of the Relational Model of AgencyBarbara Hilkert AndolsenProfessional Resources Literature, the Arts, and the Teaching of Ethics IntroductionLiterature, the Arts, and the Teaching of Ethics: The SurveyWilson YatesLiterature and Film in the Teaching of EthicsTina Pippin and Glen Stassen The Moral Life in Literature: Reflections on a CoursePaul J. Wadell, CP Christian Ethics and The Good Conscience: Building a Course around a NovelAnne E. Patrick The Use of the Arts in Courses about RacismPeter J. Paris Use of Arts in Teaching about Sexual and Domestic AbuseMary Potter EngelWorks of Art and Literature Used in Ethics Courses: An Annotated Bibliography Contributors

Product Details

  • publication date: 01/01/1988
  • ISBN13: 9780878403233
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 292
  • ID: 9780878403233
  • weight: 368
  • ISBN10: 087840323X

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