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Theological Studies[An] excellent, challenging work. . . . In focusing on responsibility, Gibbs clearly seeks to change the parameters of ethical inquiry. Yet what makes his work so successful is that it takes modern ethics seriously even while questioning it, seeking to hear its concerns while repairing the harm and suffering its excesses have caused. It . . . provides an excellent model for how religious ethics can both take responsibility for and transform modern inquiry.
— William W. Young III