Scripture and Ethics : Twentieth-century Portraits
Siker brings together the history of biblical interpretation and the study of uses of the Bible in Christian ethics, to examine how the Bible has actually been used in Christian theological ethics - and in the process profiling eight influential 20th-century theologians.
- Hardback | 303 pages
- 150 x 230 x 25.4mm | 555g
- 13 Mar 1997
- Oxford University Press Inc
- New York, United States
"A first-rate contribution that will be very illuminating for all interested in the discipline of moral theology or Christian ethics."--Charles E. Curran, Southern Methodist University"The book makes a significant and helpful contribution to the understanding of the methodology of the use of the Bible for ethics. It presents a fine spectrum of issues that are currently being confronted."--Stephen Charles Mott, author of A Christian Perspective on Political Thought