Economic Compulsion And Christian Ethics
Publisher: Cambridge University Press | ISBN: 0521800412 | edition 2005 | PDF | 268 pages | 1,02 mb
This book is the twenty-third in the series New Studies in Christian Ethics. There are many points of mutual concern between this important book and others within the series. Peter Sedgwick’s The Market Economy and Christian Ethics takes a very similar inclusive approach to public theology in this area, from an Anglican position, as does David Fergusson’s Community, Liberalism and Christian Ethics, from a Reformed position. Douglas Hicks’s Inequality and Christian Ethics explores at length the issue of urban inequality that is one of the negative features of economic compulsion. And both David Hollenbach’s The Common Good and Christian Ethics and the first monograph in the series, Kieran Cronin’s Rights and Christian Ethics, set the whole discussion into a wider context of Catholic public theology.
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