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      Tobias Winright

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This volume provides an ecumenical introduction to Christian Ethics, its sources, methods and applications
Forlag: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
Innbinding: Innbundet
Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 512
ISBN: 9780567677174
Format: 24 x 17 cm

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Introduction: Christian Ethics and the Four Sources, Tobias Winright, Saint Louis University, USA

Section 1: Fonts, Grounds, Sources of Christian Ethics

1. Christian Ethics and Scripture: Ongoing Interpretation in Good Faith, Kathryn Blanchard, Alma College, USA
2. Christian Ethics and Tradition, D. Stephen Long, Southern Methodist University, USA
3. Christian Ethics and Experience, Laurie Johnston, Emmanuel College, USA
4. Christian Ethics and Reason, Kathryn Lilla Cox, University of San Diego, USA

Section 2: Approaches, Methods, and Voices in Christian Ethics

5. Christian Ethics, Norms, and the Moral Evaluation of an Act, James Bretzke, SJ, John Carroll University, USA
6. Virtue Ethics, Daniel Daly, Boston College School of Theology and Ministry, USA
7. Conscience, Elizabeth Sweeny Block, Saint Louis University, USA
8. Natural Law, Elizabeth Agnew Cochran, Duquesne University, USA
9. Emotions and Christian Ethics, Michael P. Jaycox, Seattle University, USA
10. Narrative, Dallas Gingles, Southern Methodist University, USA
11. Responsibility, Esther Reed, University of Exeter, UK
12. Worship and Christian Ethics, Stephen Wilson, Spring Hill College, USA
13. Autonomy and Heteronomy in Eastern Christian Thought and Post-Enlightenment Moral Paradigms, Demetrios Harper, University of Winchester, UK
14. Christian Ethics and Other Religions, David Clairmont, University of Notre Dame, USA

Section 3: Issues, Applications, and 21st-Century Agenda for Christian Ethics

A. Politics and Society

15. Politics and Political Theology, Elizabeth Phillips, Margaret Beaufort Institute of Theology, UK
16. Human Rights, William O'Neill, SJ, Jesuit School of Theology, Santa Clara University, USA
17. Migration, Elizabeth Collier, Dominican University, USA
18. Feminist Ethics and Age-Based Policy, Sarah Moses, The University of Mississippi, USA
19. Focal Practices, Virtual Reality, Authenticity and Public Space, Trevor George Hunsberger Bechtel, University of Michigan, USA

B. Conflict, War, and Peace

20. Terrorism and the Responsibility to Protect, Brian Stiltner, Sacred Heart University, USA
21. Killer Robots and Cyber Warfare: Technology and War in the 21st Century, Matthew Shadle, Marymount University, USA
22. Holy Disobedience: Political Resistance and Christian Ethics, Anna Floerke Scheid, Duquesne University, USA

C. Criminal Justice

23. Crime and Punishment, Michelle Clifton-Soderstrom, Northpark College, USA
24. Mass Incarceration, James Logan, Earlham College, USA
25. Restorative Justice, Amy Levad, University of Saint Thomas, USA
26. The Police, Andy Alexis-Baker, Arrupe College of Loyola University Chicago, USA
27. Capital Punishment, David Cloutier, Catholic University of America, USA
28. Deescalating the War on Drugs: A Christian Social Ethic for the Legalization of Marijuana in the United States, Jermaine McDonald, Kennesaw State University, USA

D. Medicine and Health Care

29. Medicine, Bioethics, and Health Care, Conor Kelly, Marquette University, USA
30. Mental Health and Trauma, Warren Kinghorn, Duke University, USA
31. Death and Dying, Christopher Vogt, Saint John's University, USA
32. Assisted Reproductive Technologies and Genetics, Kara Slade, Princeton University, USA
33. Health Inequities Are Killing Us: Christians Better Show Up, Aana Marie Vigen, Loyola University Chicago, USA
34. Neuroethics, Neil Messer, University of Winchester, UK

E. Economics

35. Property, Capitalism, and Economics, Christina McRorie, Creighton University, USA
36. Wealth, Poverty, and Personal Holiness, Kate Ward, Marquette University, USA
37. Work and Vocation, Elisabeth Kincaid, Nashotah House Theological Seminary, USA
38. Orthodox Christianity and Poverty, Phillip LeMasters, McMurry University, USA

F. Ecology

39. Land and Ecosystems, Daniel Scheid, Duquesne University, USA
40. Climate Change, Jeremy Kidwell, University of Birmingham, UK
41. Nonhuman Creatures, David Clough, University of Chester, UK
42. Just Eating? Bodies, Gifts, and Daily Bread, Debra Murphy, West Virginia Wesleyan College, USA

G. Sex, Gender, Marriage, and Family

43. Sex and Sexuality, Karen Peterson-Iyer, Santa Clara University, USA
44. Marriage and Family, Marcus Mescher, Xavier University, USA
45. Adoptive Families, Darlene Weaver, Duquesne University, USA
46. Nondiscrimination Legislation and Sexual Orientation and Gender: A Critical Analysis of the Catholic Position, Todd A. Salzman, Creighton University, USA, and Michael G. Lawler, Creighton University, USA

Conclusion: Christian Ethics: Past, Present, and Future, Andrea Vicini, SJ, Boston College, USA
Tobias Winright is Associate Professor of Theological Ethics and Associate Professor of Health Care Ethics, Saint Louis University, St. Louis, USA.