NEW STUDIES IN CHRISTIAN ETHICS

General editor

Robin Gill

Editorial board

Stephen R. L. Clark, Stanley Hauerwas, Robin W. Lobvin
Christian ethics has increasingly assumed a central place within academic theology. At the same time the growing power and ambiguity of modern science and the rising dissatisfaction within the social sciences about claims to value-neutrality have prompted renewed interest in ethics within the secular academic world. There is, therefore, a need for studies in Christian ethics which, as well as being concerned with the relevance of Christian ethics to the present-day secular debate, are well informed about parallel discussions in recent philosophy, science or social science. New Studies in Christian Ethics aims to provide books that do this at the highest intellectual level and demonstrate that Christian ethics can make a distinctive contribution to this debate — either in moral substance or in terms of underlying moral justifications.Titles published in the series
1. Rights and Christian Ethics Kieran Cronin
2. Biblical Interpretation and Christian Ethics Ian McDonald
3. Power and Christian Ethics James Mackey
4. Plurality and Christian Ethics Ian S. Markham
5. Moral Action and Christian Ethics Jean Porter
6. Responsibility and Christian Ethics William Schweiker
7. Justice and Christian Ethics E. Clinton Gardner
8. Feminism and Christian Ethics Susan Parsons
9. Sex, Gender and Christian Ethics Lisa Sowle Cahill
10. The Environment and Christian Ethics Michael S. Northcott
11. Concepts of Person and Christian Ethics Stanley Rudman
12. Priorities and Christian Ethics Garth Hallett
13. Community, Liberalism and Christian Ethics David Fergusson
14. The Market Economy and Christian Ethics Peter Sedgwick
15. Churchgoing and Christian Ethics Robin Gill
16. Inequality and Christian Ethics Douglas Hicks
17. Biology and Christian Ethics Stephen Clark
18. Altruism and Christian Ethics Colin Grant
19. The Public Forum and Christian Ethics Robert Gascoigne
20. Evil and Christian Ethics Gordon Graham

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • New Studies in Christian Ethics *
  • Title Page *
  • Contents vii
  • General Editor's Preface xi
  • Preface xiii
  • Acknowledgements xvii
  • Chapter 1 - Christian Ethics or Moral Theology? 1
  • Chapter 2 - The Real Jesus 29
  • Chapter 3 - Evil and Action 74
  • Chapter 4 - Forces of Light and Forces of Darkness 119
  • Chapter 5 - The Transformation of Evil 161
  • Chapter 6 - The Theology of Hope 205
  • Bibliography 230
  • Index 235
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