Annual of the Society of Christian Ethics 1999

Annual of the Society of Christian Ethics 1999

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"The Annual", the journal of the Society of Christian Ethics, is an essential source for students and faculty to keep abreast of new developments in Christian and religious ethics and to locate sources for research. "The Annual" publishes nine to ten refereed scholarly articles a year as well as a professional resources section on teaching and scholarship in ethics. Subjects include the nature and tasks of religious ethics, comparative ethics involving a variety of Western and Eastern traditions, religious social ethics and social theory, and problems in professional and applied ethics.
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  • Paperback | 424 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 19.05mm | 567g
  • Washington, DC, United States
  • English
  • 0878403361
  • 9780878403363

Table of contents

Editor's Preface Presidential AddressJewish and Christian Ethics: What Can We Learn from One Another?Ronald M. GreenMetaphysics and Anthropology in Christian EthicsOn Keeping Theological Ethics Theological: An Alternative to Hauerwas's Diagnosis and PrescriptionWilliam J. MeyerCudworth, Autonomy and the Love of God: Transcending Enlightenment (and anti-Enlightenment) Christian EthicsJennifer A. HerdtReading Reinhold Niebuhr Against HimselfCharles T. MathewesStudies in Christian LoveComplicating the Command: Agape in Scriptural ContextAmy Laura HallCompassion and Self-Deception: The Unity of Love and Truthfulness in Leo Tolstoy's The Death of Ivan IlyichStephen J. PopePsychology and Christian EthicsThe Challenge and Limits of Psychology to Theological EthicsDon BrowningReal Toads in Imaginary Gardens: Impossibility and Perfection in Christian EthicsD.M. YeagerPsychodynamic Contributions to Religious Ethics: Toward Reconfiguring AskesisErnest WallworkHistorical and Contemporary Perspectives on OppressionHumanist Ethics and Political Justice: Soto, Sepulveda, and the "Affair of the Indies"Scott DavisBeyond Machismo: A Cuban Case StudyMiguel De La TorreComing to Terms with the Past: Truth, Justice, and/or ReconciliationAudrey R. ChapmanStudies in Multicultural Justice and LawOn Identity, Rights, and Multicultural JusticeRichard B. MillerInstitutionalized Relationality: A Native American Perspective on Law, Justice, and CommunityRobert H. CraigCross-Cultural Medical EthicsConfucian Ethic of Death with Dignity and Its Contemporary RelevancePing-cheung LoPrivate and Public in Political LifeIntersections: Personal and Public Morality, Pastoral and Prophetic MinistryJ. Philip WogamanThe Public/Private Dinstinction and the Lewinsky Espisode: A Loss of InnocenceM. Cathleen KavenyThe Relation of Private and Public Life: A ConclusionPatricia A. LamoreauxSexual HarassmentSexual Harassment: A Christian Ethical ResponseAnne E. PatrickThe Harms of Sexual HarassmentTraci C. WestWhy Procedures are Important in Addressing Sexual HarassmentJudith W. KaySexual Harassment: Title VII and Title IX Protections and Prohibitions-The Current State of the LawRichard H. HiersContributors
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