The Future of Christian Social Ethics
This special volume of Studies in Christian Ethics constitutes the most significant continuation to date of Christian social ethics in the tradition of Ronald Preston. It brings together leading scholars and new voices in the field from around the world, covering a broad range of contemporary issues, including globalisation, poverty, feminism, civil society, economics and religious pluralism.
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About "The Future of Christian Social Ethics"
Meet the Authors
Elaine L Graham (Ed)
Elaine L. Graham (Ph.D., University of Manchester ) is Samuel Ferguson Professor of Social and Pastoral Theology, University of Manchester, UK. She is the author of Making the Difference: Gender, Personhood and Theology; Transforming Practice: Pastoral Theology in an Age of Uncertainty and Theological Reflection: Methods
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Table Of Contents
- Introduction; Elaine Graham, University Of Manchester; Christian Socialism And Civil Society; The Scope Of Public Theology; Duncan B. Forrester, University Of Edinburgh; Marginalisation, Manchester And The Scope Of Public Theology; John Atherton, University Of Manchester; Civil Society And Devolution: The New Case For Ronald Preston's Defence Of Middle Axioms; William F. Storrar, University Of Edinburgh; Public Theology - On Changing Social Values; Ken Medhurst, Bradford Cathedral And Jim Sweeney, Von Hugel Institute, Cambridge; Political Economy And Theological Ethics; Justice, Ethics And Economics; Carl-henric Grenholm, University Of Uppsala, Sweden; Ronald Preston And The Future Of Christian Ethics; Normunds Kamergrauzis, University Of Uppsala, Sweden; Idolatry, Lost Icons And Consumer Preferences; Ian Steedman, Manchester Metropolitan University; The Market, The Multitude And Metaphysics: Ronald Preston's Middle Way And The Theological Critique Of Economic Reason; Michael S Northcott, University Of Edinburgh; Being A Christian Socialist: Problems Of What To Say, When And How To Say It; Graeme Smith, St. Michael's College, Llandaff; But Was It Meant To Be A Joke Legacy? Ronald Preston As Heir To William Temple; Wendy Dackson, New York; Ronald Preston, William Temple, And The Future Of Christian Politics; Mark Chapman, Ripon College Cuddesdon, Oxford; A Certain Creative Recklessness: Ronald Preston And Christian Feminist Ethics; Helen Stanton, East Anglican Ministerial Training Course; Globalisation And Christian Social Ethics; "you Take Alasdair Macintyre Much Too Seriously" (ronald Preston) - But Do Preston Or Macintyre Take The Global Economy Seriously Enough? Malcolm Brown, Cambridge Theological Federation; Debates About Globalization: The Influence Of Ronald Preston; Peter Sedgwick, St. Michael's Theological College, Cardiff; Faith In The Global Economic System; Michael H Taylor, University Of Birmingham