Racism. Immigration. Gun violence. Sexuality. Health care. The number of ethical issues that demand a response from Christians today is almost dizzying. How can Christians navigate such matters? What are faithful responses to these questions? Edited by two theologians with...
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Racism. Immigration. Gun violence. Sexuality. Health care. The number of ethical issues that demand a response from Christians today is almost dizzying. How can Christians navigate such matters? What are faithful responses to these questions? Edited by two theologians with pastoral experience, this volume invites engagement with these issues and more by drawing on real-life experiences and offering a range of responses to some of the most challenging moral questions confronting the church today. With an unflinching yet irenic approach, this resource can help Christians as they seek to act justly, love mercy, and walk humbly with God.
Dearborn is associate director for faith and development at Dearborn is associate director for faith and development at World Vision International. Until July 2003, he was dean of World Vision International. Until July 2003, he was dean of the chapel and associate professor of theology at Seattle Pathe chapel and associate professor of theology at Seattle Pacific University in Seattle, Washington. He is also senior acific University in Seattle, Washington. He is also senior associate at the Institute for Global Engagement in Philadelpssociate at the Institute for Global Engagement in PhiladelpC
Hak Joon Lee is associate professor of theology and ethics at New Brunswick Theological Seminary. He received his M.Div., Th.M., and Ph.D. from Princeton Theological Seminary, and is an ordained minister in the Korean Presbyterian Church of America (KPCA). Lee is the author of We Will Get to the Promised Land: Martin Luther King, Jr.'s Communal-Political Spirituality (The Pilgrim Press, 2006).
- Racism. Immigration. Gun Violence. Sexuality. Health Care. The Number Of Ethical Issues That Demand A Response From Christians Today Is Almost Dizzying. How Can Christians Navigate Such Matters? What Are Faithful Responses To These Questions? Edited By Two Theologians With Pastoral Experience, This Volume Invites Engagement With These Issues And More By Drawing On Real-life Experiences And Offering A Range Of Responses To Some Of The Most Challenging Moral Questions Confronting The Church Today. With An Unflinching Yet Irenic Approach, This Resource Can Help Christians As They Seek To Act Justly, Love Mercy, And Walk Humbly With God.
- Acknowledgments (hak Joon Lee And Tim A. Dearborn)
- Introduction (hak Joon Lee)
- <strong>part One: Ethics Of The Globe</strong>
- 1. Climate Change (rebecca Shenton And John Mustol)
- 2. Poverty And Income Inequality (seung Woo Lee)
- 3. Urban Degradation (jessica Joustra)
- 4. Immigration (joshua Beckett)
- <strong>part Two: Ethics Of The Body</strong>
- 5. Access To Health Care (brian White)
- 6. Abortion (nick Brown)
- 7. Transgender (jennifer Mckinney)
- 8. Homosexuality And Sexual Identity (matthew Jones)
- <strong>part Three: Ethics Of Violence</strong>
- 9. Marginalization Of Women (laura Rector)
- 10. War, Nonviolence, And Just Peacemaking (jacob Alan Cook)
- 11. Gun Violence (nick Brown)
- 12. Mass Incarceration (joshua Beckett)
- <strong>part Four: Ethics Of Formation</strong>
- 13. Racism (jeff Liou)
- 14. Disability (bethany Mckinney Fox)
- 15. Social And Entertainment Media (justin Ariel Bailey)
- 16. Public Education (ryan Michael Huber)
- Afterword (tim A. Dearborn)
- Author And Subject Index
- Scripture Index