The Annual, the journal of the Society of Christian Ethics, is an essential source for students and faculty to keep abreast of new developments in Christian and religious ethics and to locate sources for research. The Annual publishes nine to ten refereed scholarly articles a year as well as a professional resources section on teaching and scholarship in ethics. Subjects include the nature and tasks of religious ethics, comparative ethics involving a variety of Western and Eastern traditions, religious social ethics and social theory, and problems in professional and applied ethics.
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Table of Contents
Community Versus Universals: A Misplaced Debate in Christian EthicsLisa Sowle CahillPanel on the Work of Stanley HarakasIntroductory CommentsVigen GuroianA Short Response to Stanley HarakasTimothy F. SedgwickCosmic Theocentrism: Remarks on Stanley Harakas’s Toward Transfigured LifeJames GustafsonThe Work of Fr. Stanley Harakas: A Panel DiscussionM. Therese LysaughtResponseStanley S. HarakasA Select Bibliography of Works by Stanley Samuel Harakas Conversations with Related Societies Christian Ethics in Europe: A Perspective from the Societas EthicaWerner WolbertChristian Ethics in Europe: A Response to Werner WolbertWilliam SchweikerHistoricalConstructive Studies Contemporary Forms of Askesis and the Return of Spiritual ExercisesMaria AntonaccioSchleiermacher’s Christian Ethics in Relation to His Philosophical EthicsJohn CrossleySocial EthicsChurch Talk in Christian Ethics: Lessons from the Writing of Tex Sample and Robert WuthnowPeter D. BrowningEbonics as an Ethically Sound Discourse: A Solution, Not a ProblemCheryl A. Kirk-DugganBabel’s Children: Reconstructing the Common GoodWilliam O’Neill, SJPassionate Mothering: Toward an Ethics of Appropriate Mother-Child IntimacyCristina L. H. TrainaJust War TraditionApplied Just War Theory: Moral Implications of New Weapons for Air WarMartin L. CookTwo Rival Versions of Just War Theory and the Presumption Against Harm in PolicingTobias L. WinwrightApplied EthicsBusiness and "Family Values"George D. Randels Jr.A Cabbit in Sheep’s Clothing: Exploring the Sources of Our Moral Disquiet about CloningTimothy M. RenickProfessional ResourcesIntroduction: Doing Health Care Ethics TodayDennis Brodeur and John KilnerMethodology and Theology in Health Care EthicsRon HamelEthics and Human GeneticsAudrey R. ChapmanThe Ethics of Access to Health CareCharlene A. GalarneauEthical Issues at the End of LifeSondra Ely WheelerContributors