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. . . an excellent primer for Christian ethics.
Catholic Studies An Online Journal
This volume is an excellent tool for learning about the commonalities and distinctions between traditionally Roman Catholic and Protestant approaches to Christian ethics.
Catholic Library World
Highly recommended especially for religious studies students focusing on Christian Ethics.
The Midwest Book Review
Views on ethics cannot be considered light reading, but the editors of this work have employed design and language that bring the issues into clear focus.
Carol Blank, Writing Works, Columbia, Maryland
An excellent anthology for ethics students that draws together diverse, illuminating, and engaging readings from many strands of the Christian tradition. Ahearn and Gathje provide valuable background commentary to situate the various arguments and substantive excerpts.
Christine D. Pohl, Professor of Christian Social Ethics, Asbury Theological Seminary
By skillful use of excerpts from many excellent sources, the authors help us to penetrate and appreciate a wide range of both Catholic and Protestant approaches to ethical reasoning. In a most insightful and engaging way, this volume leads students of Christian ethics through the contours of this complex field. I expect instructors of ethics courses at all levels to make good use of this valuable resource for years to come.
Thomas Massaro, S.J