Doing Ethics in a Pluralistic World: Essays in Honour of Roger C. Hutchinson

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Selected Bibliography of
Roger Hutchinson

1975 “The Canadian Social Gospel in the Context of Christian Social Ethics.” In Richard Allen (ed.), The Social Gospel in Canada, 286-316. Papers of the Interdisciplinary Conference on the Social Gospel in Canada, 21-24 March 1973. Ottawa: National Museums of Man. Reprinted in Bruce Hodgins and Robert Page (eds.), Canadian History Since Confederation: Essays and Interpretations, 497-511. Nobleton, ON: Irwin-Dorsey, 1979.

1976 “Inflation Has Moral Implications.” The Chelsea Journal 2/3: 113-16.

1977 “Religion, Ethnicity and Public Policy.” In Harold Coward and Leslie Kawamura (eds.), Religion and Ethnicity in Canada, 135-50. Waterloo, ON: Wilfrid Laurier University Press.

1977 “Religion, Morality and Law in Modern Society.” In Peter Slater (ed.), Religion and Culture in Canada, 187-223. Waterloo, ON: Wilfrid Laurier University Press.

1979 “La Souveraineté-association vue par un protestant ontarien” (trans. Albert Jordan). In Louis Balthasar et al. (eds.), Le referendum: un enjeu collectif, 167-74. Montréal: Fides, Cahiers de Recherche Éthique.

1979 “No Easy Answers.” Exchange 3/3: 12-14.

1979 “To Empower People: The Church as a Mediating Structure” and “SelfReliance and Social Planning: In Memory of J.W.A. Nicholson.” In Personal Life and Impersonal Society, 188-215. 11th Annual Atlantic Seminar in Theological Education, 3-8 June, Truro, NS.

1980 “Church, Nation and World Order: A Changing Context.” In Graham Scott (ed.), More Than Survival: Viewpoints Toward a Theology of Nation, 23-33. Don Mills, ON: Canec Publishing and Supply House.

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