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Christian ethics in ecumenical context : theology, culture, and politics in dialogue

Author: Shin Chiba; George R Hunsberger; Lester Edwin J Ruiz; Charles C West
Publisher: Grand Rapids, Mich. : W.B. Eerdmans Pub. Co., ©1995.
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"Produced in honor of Charles C. West, who, until his retirement in 1992, was the Stephen Colwell Professor of Christian Ethics at Princeton Theological Seminary, this volume is the result of a collaborative effort by former students and colleagues of Professor West, each of whom explores the meaning and significance of Christian ethics in an era of profound global structural transformation." "Identifying a number  Read more...
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Christian ethics in ecumenical context.
Grand Rapids, Mich. : W.B. Eerdmans Pub. Co., ©1995
(OCoLC)604345420
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Shin Chiba; George R Hunsberger; Lester Edwin J Ruiz; Charles C West
ISBN: 0802837875 9780802837875
OCLC Number: 32509112
Notes: Festschrift for Charles C. West.
Description: xii, 385 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: An ecumenical journey --
An ecumenical journey: a conversation between Ruth and Charles West / Ruth C. West --
The contribution of Charles West / Paul Abrecht --
Faith, ideology, and power: toward an ecumenical, post-marxist method in Christian ethics / Charles C. West --
Theology, ethics, and society --
Cutting the Christendom knot / George R. Hunsberger --
Reformed Spirituality and the moral law / Richard L. Spencer --
The seventeenth-century ecumenical interchanges / Anri Morimoto --
On truth and pluralism / Sandra Ellis-Killian --
The Christian base communities and the Ecclesia Reformata Semper Reformanda / Richard Shaull --
Immanental and prophetic: shaping reformed theology for late twentieth-century struggle / Mark K. Taylor --
Christianity on the eve of postmodernity: Karl Barth and Dietrich Bonhoeffer / Shin Chiba --
Environmentalists read the Bible: The co-creation of a community, a story, and a virtue ethic / Louke van Wensveen Siker --
Toward an ethic of feminist liberation and empowerment: a case study of prostitution in Thailand / Nantawan Boonprasat Lewis --
Challenge and renewal in protestant ecclesiology / Oscar S. Suarez. Religion, culture, and politics --
Struggles for peace: transormative cultural practices and the discourses of dissent / Lester Edwin J. Ruiz --
The religious dimension of social change / Charles W. Amjad-Ali --
Christian ethics in the Muslin context: The doctrine of the trinity and the ethics of transcendence in the theological Summa of Abu Is'haq Ibn Al-'Assal / Peter B. Doghramji --
Toward a religiously informed environmental ethic: a pragmatist's account / Thomas D. Parker --
The 'Holy Materialism': the question of bread in Christian and Marxist perspectives / Jan Milic Lochman --
The voluntary principle and the search for racial justice / Peter J. Paris --
An ethical reflection on the political process in a multireligious context / K.C. Abraham --
Renascent religouns and secularism in India / M.M. Thomas --
Chronological Bibliography of the works of Charles C. West.
Responsibility: edited by Shin Chiba, George R. Hunsberger, Lester Edwin J. Ruiz.

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"Produced in honor of Charles C. West, who, until his retirement in 1992, was the Stephen Colwell Professor of Christian Ethics at Princeton Theological Seminary, this volume is the result of a collaborative effort by former students and colleagues of Professor West, each of whom explores the meaning and significance of Christian ethics in an era of profound global structural transformation." "Identifying a number of important issues as posing challenges for Christian ethics, the authors explore a wide range of topics: epistemological questions concerning Christian truth; Christianity and the eclipse of authority and morality in secular society; the ecological crisis; gender and social justice; and the peaceful coexistence of different religious, cultural, and political communities and traditions."--Jacket.

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