In recent years the study of Christian ethics has become an integral part of mainstream theological studies and there is now a more widely-held view that Christian ethics is actually central to Christian theology as a whole. Theologians increasingly have had to ask what contemporary relevance their discipline has in a context where religious belief is on the wane, and whether Christian ethics has anything to say in a multi-faceted and singularly complex secular society.The aims of New Studies in Christian Ethics are twofold - to engage centrally with the secular moral debate at the highest possible intellectual level and to demonstrate that Christian ethics can make a distinctive contribution to this debate.
General Editor: Robin Gill
Editorial Board: Stephen R. L. Clark; Stanley Hauerwas; Robin W. Lovin
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