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Charts of Christian Ethics

Craig Mitchell

Charts of Christian Ethics

Craig Mitchell

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1. Philosophical Foundations Of Ethics 2. Approaches To Ethics 3. Biblical Foundations Of Christian Ethics 4. Theological Foundations Of Christian Ethics 5. History Of Ethics

- Publisher In the twenty-first century, Christian individuals and institutions routinely face ethical choices not imagined fifty years ago, with little ethical mooring in the surrounding culture to guide us. Thus, Christian ethics is an important field of study for the student, pastor, or concerned layperson. Unfortunately, it is also one of the most complicated of all the Christian academic disciplines, entailing numerous approaches and having roots in both philosophy and theology. Charts of Christian Ethics provides a wealth of valuable information, laid out in an accessible visual format, to help the student of ethics navigate and comprehend this complex field of study. It provides an outline for Christian ethics, explaining some of the major ideas and approaches. It is divided into five major sections: * Philosophical Foundations of Ethics (including logic, metaphysics, and epistemology) * Approaches to Ethics (metaethics, normative ethics, and applied ethics) * Biblical Foundations of Christian Ethics (hermeneutics, ethics in the Old Testament, and ethics in the New Testament) * Theological Foundations of Christian Ethics (including God, creation, man, and the church) * History of Ethics (including the premodern, modern, and postmodern eras) Containing more than 100 charts, this volume is a useful tool for classroom use, individual study, and as a handy reference.

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1. Philosophical Foundations Of Ethics 2. Approaches To Ethics 3. Biblical Foundations Of Christian Ethics 4. Theological Foundations Of Christian Ethics 5. History Of Ethics
- Publisher

In the twenty-first century, Christian individuals and institutions routinely face ethical choices not imagined fifty years ago, with little ethical mooring in the surrounding culture to guide us. Thus, Christian ethics is an important field of study for the student, pastor, or concerned layperson. Unfortunately, it is also one of the most complicated of all the Christian academic disciplines, entailing numerous approaches and having roots in both philosophy and theology. Charts of Christian Ethics provides a wealth of valuable information, laid out in an accessible visual format, to help the student of ethics navigate and comprehend this complex field of study. It provides an outline for Christian ethics, explaining some of the major ideas and approaches. It is divided into five major sections: * Philosophical Foundations of Ethics (including logic, metaphysics, and epistemology) * Approaches to Ethics (metaethics, normative ethics, and applied ethics) * Biblical Foundations of Christian Ethics (hermeneutics, ethics in the Old Testament, and ethics in the New Testament) * Theological Foundations of Christian Ethics (including God, creation, man, and the church) * History of Ethics (including the premodern, modern, and postmodern eras) Containing more than 100 charts, this volume is a useful tool for classroom use, individual study, and as a handy reference.
- Publisher

Meet the Author

Craig Mitchell

Craig Vincent Mitchell holds a PhD in Christian ethics and philosophy of religion. He is assistant professor of Christian ethics at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas, and a research fellow with the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention. Previously, he has served as an adjunct professor of philosophy and ethics at Tarrant County and Weatherford Colleges. ý Craig Vincent Mitchell es doctor en etica cristiana y filosofia de la religion. Es profesor adjunto de etica cristiana en el Seminario Teologico Bautista del Sudoeste, en FoA

Table Of Contents

  • Contents
  • Part 1: Philosophical Foundations Of Ethics
  • The Elements Of Philosophy
  • 1. Philosophy
  • Logic
  • 2. Logic
  • Metaphysics
  • 3. Metaphysics
  • 4. Ontology
  • 5. Cosmology
  • 6. Theology/philosophy Of Religion
  • 7. Theories Of Truth
  • Epistemology
  • 8. Epistemology
  • 9. David Hume (1711 -- 76)
  • 10. Immanuel Kant (1724 -- 1804)
  • Axiology
  • 11. Value Theory
  • 12. Ethics
  • 13. Aesthetics (1)
  • 14. Aesthetics (2): Art
  • Philosophies
  • 15. Major Movements In Analytic Philosophy
  • 16. Philosophy Of Language
  • 17. Philosophy Of Science
  • 18. Philosophy Of Mind
  • 19. American Pragmatism
  • 20. Existentialism
  • 21. The Continental Philosophers
  • 22. Structuralism And Poststructuralism
  • Premodernity, Modernity, And Postmodernity
  • 23. Premodernity (before 1600)
  • 24. Modernity (1): (1600 -- 1950)
  • 25. Modernity (2): British Empiricists And Analytic Philosophers
  • 26. Modernity (3): Continental Rationalists/continental Philosophers
  • 27. Postmodernity (1950 -- Present)
  • Part 2: Approaches To Ethics
  • Metaethics
  • 28. Metaethics
  • 29. The Fact/value Dichotomy
  • 30. Metaphysics Of Morals
  • 31. Moral Epistemology
  • 32. Moral Psychology (1)
  • 33. Moral Psychology (2): Moral Motivation
  • 34. Internalist Moral Development (cognitivism)
  • 35. Externalist Moral Development (noncognitivism)
  • Normative Ethics
  • 36. Normative Ethics
  • 37. Virtue Ethics
  • 38. Aristotelian (classical) Virtue Ethics
  • 39. Augustinian Virtue Ethics
  • 40. Linguistic Virtue Ethics
  • 41. Deontology
  • 42. Divine Command Theory (theological Voluntarism)
  • 43. Kantian Deontology
  • 44. Deontological Intuitionism
  • 45. Graded Absolutism (hierarchicalism)
  • 46. Act Utilitarianism
  • 47. Rule Utilitarianism
  • 48. Contractarianism
  • 49. Contractualism
  • Applied Ethics
  • 50. Political Philosophy
  • 51. Philosophy Of Law
  • 52. Economics
  • 53. Adam Smith
  • 54. Marxism
  • 55. Business Ethics
  • 56. Bioethics
  • Part 3: Biblical Foundations Of Christian
  • Ethics
  • Hermeneutics
  • 57. Biblical Hermeneutics: Assumptions
  • 58. Premodern Hermeneutics: Old Testament
  • 59. Premodern Biblical Hermeneutics: Assumptions
  • 60. Modern Biblical Hermeneutics: Assumptions And Method
  • 61. Postmodern Biblical Hermeneutics
  • 62. Key Words For Biblical Ethics
  • 63. Presuppositions Of Christian
  • Biblical Ethics
  • Old Testament
  • 64. The Old Testament And Creation Ethics
  • 65. Creation Ethics And Cosmic Order
  • 66. Creation Ethics And The Ten Commandments
  • 67. Ethics In Jewish Apocalyptic Thought
  • New Testament
  • 68. The New Testament And Creation Ethics
  • 69. The Sermon On The Mount
  • 70. Blessedness (happiness And Well-being)
  • 71. Righteousness
  • In Jesus Christ
  • 72. Jesus Christ And The Jubilee
  • Part 4: Theological Foundations Of Christian
  • Ethics
  • God
  • 73. Doctrine Of God
  • 74. Doctrine Of God: The Creeds
  • Creation
  • 75. Creation
  • 76. Augustine's Hierarchy Of Thought
  • Man
  • 77. Doctrine Of Man
  • 78. Implications Of The Image Of God: Issues Of Life And Death
  • 79. Views Of The Conscience
  • 80. Eschatology (three Views)
  • 81. Soteriology
  • 82. Divinization
  • 83. The Work Of The Holy Spirit
  • 84. Spiritual Warfare
  • 85. Marriage And Family
  • Church
  • 86. The Church
  • 87. Types Of Churches
  • State And Church
  • 88. The State
  • 89. Christ And Culture
  • 90. The Church And The World
  • 91. Christian
  • Decision Making
  • Part 5: History Of Ethics
  • Historical Overview
  • 92. Overview Of Philosophical Worldviews
  • 93. Overview Of Philosophers And Ethicists
  • 94. Diagrammatic Overview Of Major Philosophies
  • 95. Diagrammatic Overview Of Philosophers
  • The Premodern Era
  • 96. Classical Period
  • 97. Medieval Period
  • 98. Reformation Period
  • The Modern Era
  • 99. British Empiricists
  • 100. Analytic Philosophers
  • 101. Continental Rationalists
  • 102. Continental Philosophers
  • 103. Theological Liberalism
  • 104. Neo-orthodox Thinkers
  • Postmodern Era
  • 105. Contemporary Christian
  • Ethicists
  • 106. Socio-critical Approaches To Ethics

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  • Catalogue Code 235625
  • Product Code 0310254523
  • EAN 9780310254522
  • UPC 025986254520
  • Pages 160
  • Department Academic
  • Category Christian Worldview
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Zondervan
  • Publication Date Feb 2006
  • Sales Rank #19845
  • Dimensions 279 x 219 x 9 mm
  • Weight 0.408kg

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