"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. The 1995 issue presents the presidential address by Jon P. Gunnemann on "Alchemic Temptations." It includes articles by Larry Rasmussen on the integrity of creation, Sumner B. Twiss and Bruce Grelle on comparative religious ethics and human rights, Simeon O. Ilesanmi on inculturation and liberation theology in Africa, Keith Grabe Miller on Mennonite lobbyists, Christine D. Pohl on hospitality, and James A. Nash on renewing the virtue of frugality. The professional resources section on families and the social order is edited by Christine Firer Hinze and Todd David Whitmore.
Editor's Preface Presidential AddressAlchemic TemptationsJon P. GunnemannSelected PapersHuman Rights and Comparative Religious Ethics: A New VenueSumner B. Twiss and Bruce GrelleInculturation and Liberation: Christian Social Ethics and the African Theology ProjectSimeon O. IlesanmiSetting the Record Straight: Christian Faith, Human Rights, and the EnlightenmentMichael L. Westmoreland-WhiteNew Testament Ethics: The Theological TaskRichard B. HaysHospitality From the Edge: The Significance of Marginality in the Practice of WelcomeChristine D. PohlToward the Revival and Reform of the Subversive Virtue: FrugalityJames A. NashThe Integrity of Creation: What Can It Mean for Christian Ethics?Larry L. RasmussenMennonite Lobbyists in Washington: Wise as Serpents, Innocent as Doves?Keith Graber MillerMoral Reasoning, Authority, and Community in Veritatis splendorJean PorterLooking Behind the Social Teachings: Troeltsch's Methodological Reflections in 'Fundamental Problems of Ethics' (1902)Brent W. SocknessProfessional Resources: Families and the Social OrderGuest Editors: Christine Firer Hinze and Todd David Whitmore IntroductionChristian Ethics and the Family Debate: An OverviewDon BrowningChildren and the Problem of Formation in American FamiliesTodd David WhitmoreWomen and FamiliesChristine Firer HizeThe Family and the ElderlySidney CallahanContributors