Index
abortion 7–8, 9, 15, 20
absolutism 46
aestheticism 26, 27
Africa 186, 187; sub-saharan 214, 215
agency see morality; evil; spirituality
altruism 81, 87, 109; and humanism 109
American Civil War 53
American Dream, the 188
Americans, The 187
amoralism 26, 27
angels 71, 72, 80, 104, 220
Anselm, of Canterbury 206
anthropocentrism 45, 46
anthropology 1, 2, 27
anti-metaphysics 37
anti-realism 47
Apostles, the 68
Aquinas, Thomas 206–7
Argentina 128
Aristotle 17, 136, 137
Ashbrook 124
Asia 186
atonement 65, 94
aufheben171
Augustine, St 155–6, 157, 163–4, 196, 200–3, 221
Australia 89
Ayer, A. J. 207–8, 209, 210
Ba, Mariama 139, 156
Bacon, Francis 133
Badajoz, Spain 176, 177, 179
Baillie, D. M. 59
Bainton, R. 15
Barth, Karl 19
Barth's Ethics of Reconicliation19
Bauckham, Richard 60, 65, 180
Belgium 213
Bennet, Alan 128
Berkowitz, David 129
Bernall, Cassie 158–9
Beyond Good and Evil27
Bible, the 32, 34, 61; authority of 21
biblical scholarship 2, 37
Billy Budd196
bioi58
biology 1, 2
Boleyn, Anne 174
Bolsheviks 212
Bonaparte, Napoleon 176, 177
Bonhoeffer, Dietrich 44
Boorstin, Daniel 187
Borg, Marcus 37, 42, 65, 182
Boston Strangler, the 121, 124
Brink, David 91f
Brown, Peter 121, 179, 181
Brundson, Rochelle 150, 151
Bryant, Martin 122
Buchanites, the 41
Buddhism 111–12
Bultmann, Rudolf 31, 42–44, 59, 60, 61
Burke, Edmund 26
Burns, Robert 210
Burridge, Richard 58
California, USA 125
Cambodia 120, 212
Cameroon 156
Castro, Fidel 212
Catechism, Roman Catholic, the 16
Central Intelligence Agency, the (CIA) 54
Charles I, King 53
Chilton, B. 13, 14, 31

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  • 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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