The Journal of the Society of Christian Ethics continues to be an essential resource for students and faculty pursuing the latest developments in Christian and religious ethics, publishing refereed scholarly articlesa preeminent source for further research. The Journal also contains book reviews of the latest scholarship in the field.
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About the Author
Mary Jo Iozzio is a professor of theology at Barry University.
Patricia Beattie Jung is a professor of Christian ethics and Oubri A. Poppele Professor of Health and Welfare Ministries at the Saint Paul School of Theology.
Table of Contents
Offending, Restoration and the Law-Abiding Community: Restorative Justice in the New Testament and in the New Zealand Experience Christopher D. Marshall
Women Scholars in Christian Ethics: The Impact and Value of Family CareJulie Hanlon Rubio, Barbara Hilkert Andolsen, Rebecca Todd Peters, Cheryl Kirk-Duggan
Practical Wisdom and the Integrity of Christian Life William Werpehowski
Creaturely Virtues in Jonathan Edwards: The Significance of Christology for the Moral LifeElizabeth Agnew Cochran
Caritas as the Prae-Ambulum of All Virtue: Eberhard Schockenhoff on the Theological-Anthropological Significance and the Contemporary Interreligious Relevance of Thomas Aquinas's Teaching on the Virtutes Morales Infusiae William McDonough
Liturgy and Ethics: The Liturgical Asceticism of Energy ConservationMargaret R. Pfeil
Sex in 3-D: A Telos for a Virtue Ethics of SexualityLisa Fullam
Continuity and Sacrament, or Not: Hauerwas, Yoder, and Their Deep Difference Gerald W. Schlabach
The "Elective Affinity" between Liberal Theology and Liberal PoliticsJohn P. Crossley Jr.
John Locke's America: The Character of Liberal Democracy and Jeffrey Stout's Debate with the Christian TraditionalistsJohn Perry
On the Importance of a Drawn Sword: Christian Thinking about Preemptive Warand Its Modern OutworkingDavid Clough and Brian Stiltner
Crossing the Road: The Case for Ethnographic Fieldwork in Christian EthicsTodd David Whitmore