"The Journal of the Society of Christian Ethics" continues to be an essential resource for students, faculty, and scholars in search of the latest developments, thinking, and issues in the world of Christian and religious ethics.
Christine E. Gudorf is an associate professor in the Department of Religion and Philosophy at Florida International University. Paul Lauritzen is chair of the Department of Religious Studies and director of the Program in Applied Ethics at John Carroll University.
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