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Ethics and Religion in a Pluralistic Age

Brian Hebblethwaite
Ethics and Religion in a Pluralistic Age

Ethics and Religion in a Pluralistic Age

Brian Hebblethwaite

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This important work addresses two major themes: the interconnection of Christian ethics and doctrine, and the interconnection of Christian ethics and the wider history of religions. In both cases, Brian Hebblethwaite contends that the distinctiveness of Christian ethics can only be understood and appreciated against a wider background.^In a remarkably skillful and sensitive way, he explores the strengths and weaknesses of the different religions' contributions to the overcoming of evil, and reveals the distinctiveness of the pluriform and complex nature of Christian ethics in its relationships with both the major world faiths and contemporary humanism. A seminal study which will prove invaluable for all scholars, students and laypeople interested in religious studies, ethics and theology.

- Publisher This important work addresses two major themes: the interconnection of Christian ethics and doctrine, and the interconnection of Christian ethics and the wider history of religions. In both cases, Brian Hebblethwaite contends that the distinctiveness of Christian ethics can only be understood and appreciated against a wider background.

In a remarkably skillful and sensitive way, he explores the strengths and weaknesses of the different religions' contributions to the overcoming of evil, and reveals the distinctiveness of the pluriform and complex nature of Christian ethics in its relationships with both the major world faiths and contemporary humanism. A seminal study which will prove invaluable for all scholars, students and laypeople interested in religious studies, ethics and theology.



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About "Ethics and Religion in a Pluralistic Age"

This important work addresses two major themes: the interconnection of Christian ethics and doctrine, and the interconnection of Christian ethics and the wider history of religions. In both cases, Brian Hebblethwaite contends that the distinctiveness of Christian ethics can only be understood and appreciated against a wider background.^In a remarkably skillful and sensitive way, he explores the strengths and weaknesses of the different religions' contributions to the overcoming of evil, and reveals the distinctiveness of the pluriform and complex nature of Christian ethics in its relationships with both the major world faiths and contemporary humanism. A seminal study which will prove invaluable for all scholars, students and laypeople interested in religious studies, ethics and theology.
- Publisher

This important work addresses two major themes: the interconnection of Christian ethics and doctrine, and the interconnection of Christian ethics and the wider history of religions. In both cases, Brian Hebblethwaite contends that the distinctiveness of Christian ethics can only be understood and appreciated against a wider background.

In a remarkably skillful and sensitive way, he explores the strengths and weaknesses of the different religions' contributions to the overcoming of evil, and reveals the distinctiveness of the pluriform and complex nature of Christian ethics in its relationships with both the major world faiths and contemporary humanism. A seminal study which will prove invaluable for all scholars, students and laypeople interested in religious studies, ethics and theology.


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Meet the Author

Brian Hebblethwaite

Brian Hebblethwaite is a Life Fellow of Queens' College, Cambridge. Among his publications are "Evil, Suffering and Religion "(revised edition, 2000), "The Essence of Christianity "(1996) and "Ethics and Religion in a Pluralistic "Age (1990).

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  • Catalogue Code 117407
  • Product Code 0567085511
  • EAN 9780567085511
  • Pages 224
  • Department Academic
  • Category Christian Worldview
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Bloomsbury T&t Clark
  • Publication Date Mar 1997
  • Dimensions 230 x 145 x 22 mm
  • Weight 0.354kg

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