7 edition of Readings in Christian Ethics found in the catalog.
March 8, 2007 by Westminster John Knox Press .
Written in English
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Introductory material for each selection is provided to help set each piece in its proper historical and social context/5(7). If you are interested in the subject of ethics, especially from a Christian perspective - this is the book for you. Going through ethics, norms, moral dilemas, and more, this book taps many well known Christian scholars for their opinions and expertise/5(4).
Primary Source Readings in Christian Moralitypresents the living words of the Catholic Church and the wisdom of everyday people addressing the moral issues that impact our lives.
This book of primary source readings will help students realize the connection between behavior and character. Readings in Christian Ethics presents in one volume the most consequential ethical writings from the earliest days of Christianity through the late twentieth century.
Introductory material for each selection is provided to help set each piece in its proper historical and social context.4/5(2). Readings in Christian Ethics, Volume 1: Theory and Method. Essays by leading ethicists provide students with a comprehensive introduction to ethical thinking/5.
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Introductory material for each selection is provided to help set each piece in its proper historical and social context.5/5(1). We have collected readings which will expose students to a wide diversity of voices in Christian ethics, past and present, and to the complexity of the discipline of Christian ethics.
We have, in short, constructed an anthology which we believe will draw students into the exciting discipline of Christian ethics. We hope our readers will agree. In From Christ to the World: Introductory Readings in Christian Ethics, Eerdmans, (case study makes reference to Meilaender, Cahill and Hauerwas readings).
Childress, James F. "Christian Ethics, medicine and genetics." In The Cambridge Companion to Christian Ethics, edited by R. Gill, ff. Cambridge, Designed specifically to provide full-orbed instruction in the discipline of Christian ethics, this unique introductory reader surveys the many exciting and timely issues in the field of Christian ethics while simultaneously presenting the fundamentals of ethical theory.
From Christ to the World collects the great variety of voices in Christian ethics - biblical, historical, and contemporary. Books shelved as christian-ethics-and-morality: Where in the world is the Church?: A Christian view of culture and your role in it by Michael S.
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A classic, and the standard text for Evangelical ethics, Geisler's Christian Ethics is now updated and yet continues to deal with the most pressing issues of the day in accordance with Scripture.
The significantly expanded second edition includes new chapters on animal rights, sex ethics, as well as examining how the Bible teaches us to make ethical decisions.4/4(1). War and Christian Ethics: Classic and Contemporary Readings on the Morality of War, 2nd edition () by Arthur F.
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Going through ethics, norms, moral dilemas, and more, this book taps many well known Christian scholars for their opinions and expertise/5(2).Apr 01, · Readings in Christian Ethics presents in one volume the most consequential ethical writings from the earliest days of Christianity through the late twentieth century.
Introductory material for each selection is provided to help set each piece in its proper historical and social context.