Journal of the Society of Christian Ethics
Fall/Winter 2016, Volume 36, No. 2
Mark Allman (Redaktør) ; Tobias Winright (Redaktør)
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The Journal of the Society of Christian Ethics continues to be an essential resource for students and faculty pursuing the latest developments in Christian and religious ethics, publishing refereed scholarly articles - a preeminent source for further research. The Journal also contains book reviews of the latest scholarship available.
Forlag: Georgetown University Press
Format: 23 x 15 cm
PrefaceSelected Essays1. Humanity and the Global FutureWilliam Schweiker2. Sacralization and Desacralization: Political Domination and Religious InterpretationHans Joas3. What Does It Mean too Be Human in the Aftermath of Mass Trauma and Violence? Towards the Horizon of an Ethics of carePumla Gobodo-Madikizela4. Fancsico de Vitoria's Moral Cosmopolitanism and Contemporary Catholic Social TeachingGregoire Catta5. Rights versus Right Order: Two Theological Traditions of Justice and Their Implications for Christian Ethics and Pluralistic PolitiesJohn D. Carlson6. Ecumenical Ethics: Challenges to and Sources for a Common Moral WitnessNeil Arner7. Confessing Race: Toward a Global Ecclesiology after Bonhoeffer and Du BoisDavid S. Robinson8. Ferguson and Baltimore according to Dr. King: How Competing Interpretations of King's Legacy Frame the Public Discourse on Black Lives MatterJermaine M. McDonald9. "The Fierce Urgency of Now": The Ecological Legacy of King's Social EthicsNathaniel Van Yperen10. Hope, Courage, and Resistance during Climate Change: Insights from African American Economic Cooperative PracticesKerry DannerSpecial Report 11. Got Ethics? Envisioning and Evaluating the Future of Our Guild and DisciplineStacey M. Floyd-ThomasBook Reviews12. Religio-Political Narratives in the United States: From Martin Luther King Jr. to Jeremiah Wright, Angel D. Sims, F. Douglas Powe Jr., and Johnny Bernard Hill13. Beyond the Pale: Reading Ethics from the Margins, edited by Stacey M. Floyd-Thomas and Miguel A. De La Torre14. Beyond the Abortion Wars: A Way Forward for a New Generation, Charles C. Camosy15. The Vice of Luxury: Economic Excess in a Consumer Age, David Cloutier16. Religious Ethics and Migration: Doing Justice to Undocumented Workers, Ilsup Ahn17. Beyond Apathy: A Theology for Bystanders, Elisabeth T. Vasko; and The Limits of Hospitality, Jessica Wrobleski18. Sacred Mountains: A Christian Ethical Approach to Mountaintop Removal, Andrew R.H. Thompson19. Ecological Footprints: An Essential Franciscan Guide for Faith and Sustainable Living, Dawn Nothwehr; and The Future of Ethics: Sustainability, Social Justice, and Religious Creativity, Willis Jenkins20. Can War Be Just in the 21st Century? Ethicists Engage the Tradition, edited by Tobias Winright and Laurie Johnston21. Weird John Brown: Divine Violence and the Limits of Ethics, Ted A. Smith; and Bodies of Peace: Ecclesiology, Nonviolence, and Witness, Myles Werntz22. Chinese Just War Ethics: Origin, Development, and Dissent, edited by Ping-Cheung Lo and Sumner B. Twiss23. The Visions of Catholic Social Thought: The Virtue of Solidarity and the Praxis of Human Rights, Meghan J. Clark
Mark Allman is a professor in the Department of Religious and Theological Studies and faculty associate in the Center for the Study of Jewish-Christian Relations, Merrimack College. Tobias Winright is an associate professor in the Department of Theological Studies, St. Louis University.