Formerly known as "The Annual of the Society of Christian Ethics", it will now bear the official title: "Journal of the Society of Christian Ethics". Instead of appearing as an annual, the Journal will appear twice a year - in the spring and in the fall. "The Journal" will continue to be an essential resource for students and faculty pursuing the latest developments in Christian and religious ethics, publishing refereed scholarly articles as well as a professional resources section on teaching and scholarship in ethics - a preeminent source for further research.
Christine E. Gudorf is professor of religious studies at Florida International University, the author of Body, Sex, and Pleasure: Reconstructing Christian Sexual Ethics, and coauthor of Christian Ethics: A Case Method Approach. Paul Lauritzen is chairperson of the Department of Religious Studies and director of the Program in Applied Ethics at John Carroll University in Cleveland, and editor of Cloning and the Future of Human Embryo Research.
Preface Selected Papers Receiving and Responding to God's Grace: A Re-examination in Light of Trauma TheoryJennifer Beste Corporate Selfhoood and Meditatio Vitae Futurae: How Necessary Is Eschatology for Christian Ethics?Raymond Kemp Anderson Three-in-One Flesh: A Christian Reappraisal fo Divorce in Light of Recent StudiesJulie Hanlon Rubio Ethical Issues and Apporaches in Stem Cell Research: From International Insights to a ProposalAndrea Vicini, SJ Reassessing Christ and Culture The View from Somewhere: The Meaning of Method in Christ and CultureD.M. Yeager Christ and Culture: Still Worth Reading after All These YearsDouglas F. Ottati It Is Time to Take Jesus Back: In Celebration of the Fiftieth Anniversary of H. Richard Niebuhr's Christ and CultureGlen H. Stassen A Discriminating Engagement of Culture: "An Anabaptist Perspective"Duane K. Friesen Jesus Changes Things: A Critical Evaluation of Christ and Culture from an African-American PerspectiveDarryl M. Trimiew Just Peacemaking Resource Section on Just Peacemaking TheoryGlen H. Stassen The Unity, Realism, and Obligatoriness of Just Peacemaking TheoryGlen H. Stassen Just Peacemaking: Theory, Practice, and ProspectsLisa Sowle Cahill So that Peace May Reign: A Study of Just Peacemaking Experiments in AfricaSimeon O. Ilesanmi The Just Peacemaking Paradigm and Middle East ConflictsCharles Kimball Just Peacemaking: Challenges of Humanitarian InterventionMartin L. Cook Realist Criticism of Just Peacemaking TheoryRonald H. Stone A Just Peacemaking BibliographyTheodore J. Koontz and Michael L. Westmoreland-White Contributors