|The Blackwell Companion to Christian Ethics Softcover|
|Table of Contents|
|List of Contributors. |
Part I: Practising Studying Ethics Through Worship:.
1.Christian Ethics as Informed Prayer: Stanley Hauerwas (Duke University) and Samuel Wells (Duke University).
2. The Gift of the Church and the Gifts God Gives It: Stanley Hauerwas and Samuel Wells.
3. Why Christian Ethics was Invented: Stanley Hauerwas and Samuel Wells.
4.How the Church Managed Before There was Ethics: Stanley Hauerwas and Samuel Wells.
Part II: Meeting God And One Another:.
5. Gathering: Worship, Imagination and Formation: Philip Kenneson (Milligan College, Tennessee).
6. Greeting: Beyond Racial Reconciliation: Emmanuel Katongole (University of the Martyres, Uganda and Duke University).
7. Naming the Risen Lord: Embodied Discipleship and Masculinity: Amy Laura Hall (Duke University).
8. Being Reconciled: Penitence, Punishment and Worship: John Berkman (Catholic University of America, Washington, DC).
9. Praising in Song: Beauty and the Arts: Kevin J. Vanhoozer (Trinity Evangelical School of Theology, Illinois).
10. Collecting Praise: Global Culture Industries: Michael L. Budde (De Paul University, Illinois).
Part III: Re-Encountering The Story:.
11. Reading the Scriptures: Rehearsing Identity, Practicing Character: Jim Fodor (Saint Bonaventure College, New York).
12. Listening: Authority and Obedience: Scott Bader-Saye (University of Scranton, Pennsylvania).
13. Proclaiming Naming and Describing: Charles Pinches (University of Scranton, Pennsylvania).
14. Deliberating: Justice and Liberation: Daniel M. Bell (Lutheran Theological Southern Seminary, South Carolina).
15. Discerning: Politics and Reconciliation: William T. Cavanaugh (University of Saint Thomas, Minnesota).
16. Confessing the Faith: Reasoning in Tradition: Nicholas Adams (University of Edinburgh).
Part IV: Being Embodied:.
17. Prayer: Poverty: Kelly S. Johnson (University of Dayton, Ohio).
18. Interceding: Giving Grief to Management: Michael Hanby (Baylor University).
19. Being Baptised: Bodies and Abortion: Frederick Christian Bauerschmidt (Loyola College of Baltimore, Maryland).
20. Becoming One Body: Health Care and Cloning: M. Therese Lysaught (University of Dayton, Ohio).
21. Becoming One Flesh: Marriage, Remarriage and Sex: David Matzko McCarthy (St Mary's College, Maryland).
22. Sharing Peace: Discipline and Trust: Paul J. Wadell (St Norbert's College, Wisconsin).
Part V: Re-Enacting The Story:.
23. Offering: Treasuring the Creation: Ben Quash (University of Cambridge).
24. Participating: Working toward Worship:Rusty Reno (Creighton University, Nebraska).
25. Remembering: Offering Our Gifts: D. Stephen Long and Tripp York (Garrett-Evangelica Theological Seminary, Illinois).
26. Invoking: Globalization and Power:Timothy Jarvis Gorringe (University of Exeter).
27. Breaking Bread: Peace and War: Gerald W. Schlabach (University of Saint Thomas, Minnesota).
28. Receiving Communion: Euthanasia, Suicide, and Letting Die: Carol Bailey Stoneking (High Point University, North Carolina).
29. Sharing Communion: Hunger, Food, and GM Foods: Robert Song (University of Durham).
30. Eating Together: Friendship and Homosexuality: Joel James Shuman (King's College, Pennsylvania).
31. Being Silent: Time in the Spirit: Michael S. Northcott (University of Edinburgh).
32. Being Thankful: Parenting the Mentally Disabled: Hans S. Reinders (Vrije Universiteit, The Netherlands).
33. Washing Feet: Preparation forService: Mark Thiessen Nation (Eastern Mennonite Seminary, Virginia).
Part VI: Being Commissioned:.
34. Being Blessed: Wealth, Property and Theft: Stephen Fowl (Loyola College, Maryland).
35. Bearing Fruit: Conception, Children and the Family: Joseph L. Mangina (Wycliffe Seminary, Canada).
36. Being Sent: Witness: Michael G. Cartwright (University of Indianapolis).
37 Afterword: Rowan Williams (Archbishop of Canterbury).
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