The Peaceable Kingdom: A Primer in Christian Ethics

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University of Notre Dame Press, 1983 - Philosophy - 179 pages
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Examines Christian ethics in a fragmented and violent world. Considers historical perspectives and the task of ethics. Focuses on the peaceable kingdom, the servant community, and the spirituality of peaceableness.

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User Review  - ajgoddard - LibraryThing

This is not an introduction to themes, theories or writers in ethics but covers most important areas. Probably the most accessible and stimulating account of what a specifically Christian ethic may ... Read full review

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We often think of Christian ethics in response to a concrete problem. Did that politician abuse his power when he dated that intern? Is it ethical for a rape victim to have an abortion? Is it ... Read full review

Contents

Christian Ethics in a Fragmented and Violent World 1
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The Narrative Character of Christian Ethics
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Agency Character and
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Copyright

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