I. Dogmatics and Ethics 1: Lisa Sowle Cahill: Creation and Ethics 2: Russell Reno: Redemption and Ethics 3: Kathryn Tanner: Eschatology and Ethics 4: Bernd Wannenwetsch: Ecclesiology and Ethics 5: Gilbert Meilaender: Divine Grace and Ethics II. Sources of Moral Knowledge 6: William Spohn: Scripture 7: Lois Malcolm: Divine Commands 8: Philip Turner: Tradition of the Church 9: Stephen Pope: Reason and Natural Law 10: Douglas Ottati: Experience III. The Structure of the Christian Life 11: Max Stackhouse: Vocation 12: Jean Porter: Virtue 13: Richard Miller: Rules 14: Gerald McKenny: Responsibility 15: Darlene Weaver: Death IV. The Spirit of the Christian Life 16: Gene Outka: Faith 17: John Webster: Hope 18: Amy Laura Hall: Love V. Spheres of the Christian Life 19: Robert Benne: Christians and Government 20: Sondra Wheeler: Christians and Family 21: Harlan Beckley: Christians and Economics 22: Vigen Guroian: Christians and Culture 23: Paul Griffiths: Christians and the Church VI. The Structure of Theological Ethics: Books that Give Shape to the Field 24: William Schweiker: Ernst Troelsch, Social Teachings of the Christian Churches 25: William Werpehowski: Anders Nygren, Agape and Eros 26: David H. Smith: Kenneth Kirk, Vision of God 27: Diane Yeager: H. R. Niebuhr, Christ and Culture 28: Robin Lovin: R. Niebuhr, Nature and Destiny of Man 29: James Keenan: John Mahoney, The Making of Moral Theology 30: Stanley Hauerwas: Papal Social Encyclicals
Gilbert Meilaender is Phyllis and Richard Duesenberg Professor in Christian Ethics at Valparaiso University. William Werpehowski is Professor of Christian Ethics at Villanova University.
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