The Cambridge Companion to Christian Ethics

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Robin Gill
Cambridge University Press, Nov 24, 2011 - Religion - 342 pages
In this second edition of the best-selling Cambridge Companion to Christian Ethics, Robin Gill brings together twenty essays by leading experts, to provide a comprehensive introduction to Christian ethics which is both authoritative and up to date. This volume boasts four entirely new chapters, while previous chapters and all bibliographies have been updated to reflect significant developments in the field over the last decade. Gill offers a superb overview of the subject, examining the scriptural bases of ethics as well as discussing Christian ethics in the context of contemporary issues, including war and the arms trade, social justice, ecology, economics, medicine and genetics. All of the contributors have a proven track record of balanced, comprehensive and comprehensible writing making this book an accessible and invaluable source not only for students in upper-level undergraduate courses, graduate students and teachers, but anyone interested in Christian ethics today.


Part II Approaches to Christian ethics
Part III Issues in Christian ethics
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Robin Gill is Professor of Applied Theology at the University of Kent and General Editor of the New Studies in Christian Ethics series. His recent books include Health Care and Christian Ethics (Cambridge, 2006), A Textbook of Christian Ethics (2006) and Religious Virtues (2011).

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