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About the Author
Christine E. Gudorf is an associate professor in the Department of Religion and Philosophy at Florida International University.
Paul Lauritzen is chair of the Department of Religious Studies and director of the Program in Applied Ethics at John Carroll University.
Table of Contents
Selected EssaysEthics in Popular CultureJune O'Connor
Integrity: Integritas, Innocentia, SimplicitasMargaret E. MohrmannIntegrity versus Impartiality: Healing a False DichotomyAnn E. Mongoven
Integrity in Catholic Sexual EthicsAline H. Kalbian
Composing Love Songs for the Kingdom of God? Creation and Eschatology in Catholic Sexual EthicsDavid Cloutier
Redeeming Critique: Resignations to the Cultural Turn in Christian Theology and EthicsTed A. Smith
Exemplifying Public Discourse: Christian Faith, American Democracy, and Martin Luther King, Jr.Timothy Beach-Verhey
Spiritual Exercises and the Grace of God: Paradoxes of Personal Formation in AugustineAaron Stalnaker
Just Peacemaking as Hermeneutical Key: The Need for International Cooperation in Preventing TerrorismGlen H. Stassen
International Order and Its Current EnemiesPaul W. SchroederBook Reviews
Review of Let the Children Come: Re-Imagining Childhood from a Christian Perspective, by Bonnie J. Miller-McLemoreAnn E. Mongoven
Review of Reproductive Technology: Towards a Theology of Procreative Stewardship, Ethics and Theology, by Brent WatersAndrea Vicini, SJ
Review of Introduction to Jewish and Catholic Bioethics: A Comparative Analysis, by Aaron L. MacklerToby L. Schonfeld
Review of A New Protestant Labor Ethic at Work, by Ken EsteyPamela K. Brubaker
Review of Unfettered Hope: A Call to Faithful Livin in an Affluent Society, by Marva J. DawnShannon Jung
Review of Kingdom Ethics: Following Jesus in Contemporary Context, by Glen H. Stassen and David P. GusheePaul N. Markham
Review of To Do the Right and the Good: A Jewish Approach to Modern Social Ethics, by Elliot N. Dorff; Choosing the Good: Christian Ethics in a Complex World, by Dennis P. Hollinger; and Navigating Right and Wrong: Ethical Decision Making in a Pluralistic Age, by Daniel E. LeeDonna Yarri