The Journal of the Society of Christian Ethics continues to be an essential resource for students and faculty pursuing the latest developments in Christian and religious ethics, publishing refereed scholarly articles -- a preeminent source for further research. The Journal also contains book reviews of the latest scholarship in the field.
Mary Jo Iozzio is a professor of theology at Barry University. Patricia Beattie Jung is a professor of Christian ethics and Oubri A. Poppele Professor of Health and Welfare Ministries at the Saint Paul School of Theology.
Preface Cultivating a Liberal Islamic Ethos, Building an Islamic Civil SocietySobail H. Hashmi Respondents: John Kelsay, Dov Nelkin, Jonathan E. Brockopp, Irene Oh, and Sobail H. Hashmi The Spoil of the Poor Is in Your Houses: Profits and Prophets in a Disrupted SocietyJoe Pettit Competing Narratives of Property Rights and Justice for the Poor: Toward a Nonannihilationist Approach to Scarcity and EfficiencyVirginia W. Landgraf Volunteers and Incentives: Buying the Bodies of the PoorPatrick T. McCormick A Sense of Place in a Globalized World: Place-Based Organizing for Corporate AccountabilityLaura Stivers Rights of Passage: The Ethics of Forced DisplacementWilliam O'Neill, SJ The Price of Respectable Equality: Eschatological Memories of Actually Existing DemocracyTed A. Smith Debating Desire: Civil Rights, Ritual Protest, and the Shifting Boundaries of Public ReasonDavid M. Craig "One Nation under God" Or Taking the Lord's Name in Vain?: Christian Reflections on the Pledge of AllegianceGrace Y. Kao Cultivating Our Institutions: Hegel on Religion, Politics, and Public DiscourseThomas A. Lewis The Gift of Contraception: Calvin, Barth, and a Lost Protestant ConversationKathryn D. Blanchard The Changing Face of Natural Law: The Necessity of Belief for Natural Law Norm SpecificationWilliam C. Mattison III Book Reviews