Introduction; 1. Old Divides and New Trajectories in Christian Ethics; 2. Churches as Self-Critical Cultures: A Witness- and Feminist-inspired Appropriation of Reinhold Niebuhr on the Church; 3. Feminism as Christian Politics: A Realist- and Feminist-inspired Appropriation of John Howard Yoder's Pacifism; 4. Christian Ethics for the Creatively Mal adjusted: A Feminist- and Womanist-lnspired Appropriation of Martin Luther King Jr.'s Thought on Love; 5. Conclusion: Reconciling Christian Ethics; Bibliography; Index.
Karen V. Guth is assistant professor of theology at St. Catherine University in St. Paul, Minnesota. She earned a PhD in religious ethics at the University of Virginia and holds an MTS from Harvard Divinity School and an MTh from the University of Glasgow.