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Introducing Protestant Social Ethics

eBook|Mar 2017
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Despite their rich tradition of social concern, Protestants have historically struggled to articulate why, whether, and how to challenge unethical social structures. This book introduces Protestants to the biblical and historical background of Christian social ethics, inviting them to understand...


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Despite their rich tradition of social concern, Protestants have historically struggled to articulate why, whether, and how to challenge unethical social structures. This book introduces Protestants to the biblical and historical background of Christian social ethics, inviting them to understand the basis for social action and engage with the broader tradition. It embraces and explains long-standing Christian reflection on social ethics and shows how Scripture and Christian history connect to current social justice issues. Each chapter includes learning outcomes and chapter highlights.
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Brian Matz

Brian Matz (PhD, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven and Saint Louis University) is associate professor of the history of Christianity and the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet Endowed Chair in Catholic Thought at Fontbonne University in St. Louis, Missouri. He is the author or coeditor of several books on the use of patristic sources in Catholic social thought and has written numerous articles.

  • Despite Their Rich Tradition Of Social Concern, Protestants Have Historically Struggled To Articulate Why, Whether, And How To Challenge Unethical Social Structures. This Book Introduces Protestants To The Biblical And Historical Background Of Christian Social Ethics, Inviting Them To Understand The Basis For Social Action And Engage With The Broader Tradition. It Embraces And Explains Long-standing Christian Reflection On Social Ethics And Shows How Scripture And Christian History Connect To Current Social Justice Issues. Each Chapter Includes Learning Outcomes And Chapter Highlights.