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Virtues and Practices in the Christian…

Virtues and Practices in the Christian Tradition: Christian Ethics after…

by Nancey Murphy (Editor), Brad J. Kallenberg (Editor), Mark Thiessen Nation (Editor)

Other authors: Rodney Clapp (Contributor), Grady Scott Davis (Contributor), Craig Dykstra (Contributor), Stephen E. Fowl (Contributor), Michael Goldberg (Contributor)12 more, Stanley Hauerwas (Contributor), Richard B. Hays (Contributor), Luke Timothy Johnson (Contributor), L. Gregory Jones (Contributor), Brad J. Kallenberg (Contributor), D. Stephen Long (Contributor), William F. May (Contributor), James Wm. McClendon Jr. (Contributor), Nancey Murphy (Contributor), Mark Thiessen Nation (Contributor), Tammy Williams (Contributor), John Howard Yoder (Contributor)

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Contributors to Virtues and Practices in the Christian Tradition use Alasdair MacIntyre?s work as a methodological guide for doing ethics in the Christian tradition. These essays are grouped in three sections: descriptions of MacIntyre?s approach to ethics as developed in After Virtue, reflections on the moral issues that come to the fore when viewing the Christian tradition from a MacIntyrean perspective, and selected essays on family, homosexuality, abortion, pacifism, feminism, business ethics, medical ethics, and economic justice.… (more)



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Kallenberg, Brad J.Editormain authorall editionsconfirmed
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Clapp, RodneyContributorsecondary authorall editionsconfirmed
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May, William F.Contributorsecondary authorall editionsconfirmed
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