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Number of Pages: 360
|Publication Date: 2010|
This comprehensive anthology of primary documents and materialsexplores the evolution and study of Christian ethical principles.It may be used independently, or alongside the accompanyingtextbook, Introducing Christian Ethics, for a completeoverview of the field.
- Represents the entire canon of Christian ethics, includingfirst-hand accounts from major figures in the theological andecclesial tradition
- Introduces foundational figures such as Augustine, Aquinas, andLuther; contemporary theorists including Jűrgen Moltmann,Stanley Hauerwas, and Wendell Berry; in addition to work by work bynon-theoretical figures, such as Ghandi and Martin Luther King
- Features useful introductory material that demonstrates thesignificance of each extract and how they relate to each other
- May be used independently or together with the accompanyingtextbook, Introducing Christian Ethics; both books share thesame structure and are cross-referenced for ease of use
Samuel Wells is Dean of Duke University Chapel and Research Professor of Christian Ethics at Duke Divinity School, Durham, North Carolina. He has written widely on Christian social ethics, including God’s Companions: Reimagining Christian Ethics (2006), The Blackwell Companion to Christian Ethics (edited, with Stanley Hauerwas, 2004), and Introducing Christian Ethics (with Ben Quash, 2010), all published by Wiley-Blackwell.
"Two Anglican theologians, Samuel Wells and Ben Quash, have written an excellent textbook introducing ecumenical Christian ethics. . . This book is a gift for an instructor trying to write a syllabus, and a student who mastered it would be ready for further steps in academia." (Theology, 1 November 2011)
"The success of this publication and of the ecclesial ethics movement from which it comes is significant." (Regent's Reviews, 1 October 2010)
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