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- James Clarke & Co 2013; US$ 38.00
In this eloquently argued work Carys Moseley provides an original angle of criticism on the issue of nationhood and Christianity, asserting that Christianity must relate to nationhood as the nation structure is part of God's plan for humanity. The book addresses three major themes in the field of theology and nationhood. The first is that anti-nationalism... more...
- Crown Publishing Group 2009; US$ 32.50
?Jewish thinkers don?t talk all that much about love. All too often we leave that to Christian theologians. But in this excellent volume, Rabbi Joseph Telushkin puts the commandment to love at the center of Jewish theology and experience. This is a book that will change the way you think about?and practice?Judaism.? ?Professor Ari L. Goldman, Columbia... more...
- Fortress Press 2012; US$ 34.99
This survey text for Christian ethics courses traces the sources and traditions which define the history and development of contemporary ethical principles and laws. Distinctive in her approach, Dee Christie takes seriously the importance of narrative in reaching out to students who seek to understand themselves as they face challenges and dilemmas... more...
- Fortress Press 2013; US$ 54.99
Conley calls into question the outdated historical methodologies in use in Christian social ethics and outlines the consequences stemming from them. By adopting the postmodern post-structuralist position of historian Elizabeth Clark, Conley calls ethicists to learn to read for the gaps, silences, and aporias existent in historical texts as well as... more...
- Fortress Press 2013; US$ 48.99
Christine Gudorf is at the forefront of rendering comparative religious beliefs meaningful for students, especially in the area of ethics. No teacher is better situated to explain the source and value of religious belief for ethical conduct and to provide insight and wisdom for the range of moral responses. Gudorf?s work focuses on common, everyday... more...
- Lexington Books 2009; US$ 34.99
Striking a Balance offers a lucid, thoughtful, and thoroughly engaging review of the major ethical teachings in the dominant Asian traditions. Michael C. Brannigan applies his extensive background and scholarship to craft a concise yet comprehensive introduction to Asian ethics covering the long-standing traditions of Hinduism, Buddhism, Zen Buddhism,... more...
- Rowman & Littlefield Publishers 2010; US$ 69.99
The Promise of Religious Naturalism explores religious naturalism as a distinctly promising form of contemporary religious ethics. Examining how religious naturalism responds to the challenges of recent religious transformations and ecological peril worldwide, the book argues that religious naturalism is emerging as an increasingly plausible and... more...
- Rowman & Littlefield Publishers 2012; US$ 28.99
Happiness and the Christian Moral Life introduces students to Christian Ethics looking at ethics as a path to the "good life" and happiness, rather than a strict set of rules. Revisions and updates include lists of suggested readings and resources, new discussions of how technology shapes relationships, a more fully developed account of Augustine... more...
- Sheed & Ward 2005; US$ 18.99
In recent American politics, the term OmoralityO has come to be used in a way almost entirely restricted to private family and sexual issues, leaving aside responsibility for immensely consequential decisions about initiating wars, oppressive policies, regressive tax structures, and disregard of the United Nations and international law. more...
- I.B.Tauris 2012; US$ 42.00
Taking ethics seriously means coming to terms with the real world where our sense of right and wrong plays out. At their best, faith traditions require daily life to face the tests of philosophy - and confront philosophy with the tests of daily living. If faith-inspired ethics govern all of one?s life, guiding values must constantly be interpreted... more...