Christian Ethics: An Introductory Reader
- Binding: Paperback
- Publish Date: 2010-05-10
This comprehensive anthology of primary documents and materials explores the evolution and study of Christian ethical principles. It may be used independently, or alongside the accompanying textbook, Introducing Christian Ethics, for a complete overview of the field.
- Represents the entire canon of Christian ethics, including first-hand accounts from major figures in the theological and ecclesial tradition
- Introduces foundational figures such as Augustine, Aquinas, and Luther; contemporary theorists including JÅ±rgen Moltmann, Stanley Hauerwas, and Wendell Berry; in addition to work by work by non-theoretical figures, such as Ghandi and Martin Luther King
- Features useful introductory material that demonstrates the significance of each extract and how they relate to each other
- May be used independently or together with the accompanying textbook, Introducing Christian Ethics; both books share the same structure and are cross-referenced for ease of use