Author: M StephenPublisher: ISPCKYear: 2013Language: EnglishPages: 297ISBN/UPC (if available): 817214721X
Introducing Christian Ethics is an attempt to deal with the methodological issues as well as the ethical issues in today’s context. Christian responses to the issues are very significant in order to curb the evil and also to act responsibly in the context. To the students of Christian ethics and also to Christians and people of other faiths, this book will provide guidance and direction. This book will be a great help for all theological students.The book Introducing Christian Ethics is a survey of issues related to ethics in the local and global context. It deals with methodology as well as the problems that we find around us. The context is challenging us to take decisions and it is the responsibility of the persons and communities to make adequate or fitting responses. The ethicist can help or guide persons in the dilemma to take decisions. Ethics always has a radical dimension which foresees transformation. This book can provide insights which would help our community to hold what is good and to shun what is evil. Hope this book will be a help to the students and those who are thinking seriously about Christian ethics. In each section of the book materials (chapter or chapters) are found which reflect different dimensions of the issue.
INTRODUCTIONSECTION AFoundations of ethicsSECTION BBible and EthicsSECTION CFocusing on Theological-Ethical MethodologySECTION DEthics and ReligionsSECTION E Christian Responsibility in the Indian ContextSECTION FBioethicsSECTION GProfessional EthicsSECTION HHumans RightsSECTION IFundamentalism and Religious HarmonySECTION JEcological IssuesSECTION KWomen’s IssuesSECTION LGovernment and PoliticsSECTION MMarriage and FamilySECTION NEthical Issues in GeneralBibliography