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Christian Ethics in Ecumenical Context: Theology, Culture and Politics in Dialogue

Hardback|Jul 1995
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"Produced in honor of Charles C. West, who, until his retirement in 1992, was the Stephen Colwell Professor of Christian Ethics at Princeton Theological Seminary, this volume is the result of a collaborative effort by former students and colleagues of...


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"Produced in honor of Charles C. West, who, until his retirement in 1992, was the Stephen Colwell Professor of Christian Ethics at Princeton Theological Seminary, this volume is the result of a collaborative effort by former students and colleagues of Professor West, each of whom explores the meaning and significance of Christian ethics in an era of profound global structural transformation." "Identifying a number of important issues as posing challenges for Christian ethics, the authors explore a wide range of topics: epistemological questions concerning Christian truth; Christianity and the eclipse of authority and morality in secular society; the ecological crisis; gender and social justice; and the peaceful coexistence of different religious, cultural, and political communities and traditions."--BOOK JACKET. Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved
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Produced in honor of Charles C. West, who, until his retirement in 1992, was the Stephen Colwell Professor of Christian Ethics at Princeton Theological Seminary, this volume is the result of a collaborative effort by former students and colleagues of Professor West, each of whom explores the meaning and significance of Christian ethics in an era of profound global structural transformation. Identifying a number of important issues as posing challenges for Christian ethics, the authors explore a wide range of topics: epistemological questions concerning Christian truth; Christianity and the eclipse of authority and morality in secular society; the ecological crisis; gender and social justice; and the peaceful coexistence of different religious, cultural, and political communities and traditions.
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