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  • The Development of Moral Theologyby Charles E. Curran

    Georgetown University Press 2013; US$ 30.95

    Charles Curran brings a unique historical and critical analysis to the study of Catholic moral theology in his newest book, The Development of Moral Theology: Five Strands . These strands, differentiating Catholic moral theology from other forms of Christian ethics, include sin and the manuals of moral theology, the teaching of Thomas Aquinas and... more...

  • A Philosophy of Christian Morals for Todayby Robert Corkey

    Taylor and Francis 2013; US$ 47.95

    Philosophers have been sharply divided in attempts to reconcile the validity of the moral distinctions essential to social well-being with the apparent ethical neutrality of the factual world. The failure to find an agreed solution to this problem produced the popular theory of Logical Empiricism, according to which ethical statements are meaningless.... more...

  • Catholic Social Teaching and Pope Benedict XVIby Charles E. Curran

    Georgetown University Press 2014; US$ 6.95

    Celebrated moral theologian Charles E. Curran examines and critiques Pope Benedict XVI’s contribution to Catholic social teaching in this Georgetown Digital Short, available exclusively in this concise digital format. In his eight-year pontificate (2005-13) Pope Benedict XVI wrote two encyclicals that are significant for Catholic social teaching:... more...

  • Companion to Muslim Ethics, Aby Amyn Sajoo

    I.B.Tauris 2012; US$ 14.95

    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...

  • Comparative Religious Ethicsby Christine E. Gudorf

    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...

  • Nationhood, Providence and Witnessby Carys Moseley

    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...

  • Human Nature & Jewish Thoughtby Alan L. Mittleman

    Princeton University Press 2015; US$ 19.95 US$ 18.15

    This book explores one of the great questions of our time: How can we preserve our sense of what it means to be a person while at the same time accepting what science tells us to be true—namely, that human nature is continuous with the rest of nature? What, in other words, does it mean to be a person in a world of things? Alan Mittleman shows how... more...

  • Captive to Christ, Open to the Worldby Brian Brock; Kenneth Oakes

    The Lutterworth Press 2015; US$ 28.00

    In this wide-ranging and engaging collection of interviews, Brian Brock discusses how Christian faith makes a difference for life in the modern world. Beginning with a discussion of teaching Christian ethics in the contemporary academy, Brock takes up environmental questions, political and medical ethics, the modern city and Christian responsibility... more...

  • An Introduction to Christian Ethics (2-downloads)by Roger H Crooks

    Taylor and Francis 2015; US$ 91.95

    An Introduction to Christian Ethics uses a Christian approach while encouraging students to consider a variety of current ethical issues and apply relevant biblical and theological concepts to these issues. The main goal of the text is to acquaint students with both the field of ethics in general and varieties of Christian ethical systems in particular.... more...

  • Theories of the Gift in South Asiaby Maria Heim

    Taylor and Francis 2004; US$ 54.95

    This book explores the ethical and social implications of unilateral gifts of esteem, offering a perceptive guide to the uniquely South Asian contributors to theoretical work on the gift. more...