African Christian Ethics by Samuel Waje KunhiyopAn introduction to African Christian Ethics for Christian colleges and Bible schools. The book is divided into two parts. The first part deals with the theory of ethics, while the second discusses practical issues.
Morality Truly Christian, Truly African (Online) by Paulinus Ikechukwu OdozorBrings greater theological clarity to the issue of the relationship between Christianity and African tradition in the area of ethical foundations. Also provides a constructive example of what fundamental moral theology done from an African and Christian (especially Catholic) moral theological point of view could look like.
Dignidad: Ethics through Hispanic Eyes by Ismael GarciaTouches on key experiences that can be identified as formative of the ethical view of Hispanics. The experience of migration, the dynamics of social integration, the struggle to define new identity and be faithful to one's cultural heritage are seen as relevant to the formation of the Hispanic moral point of view.
Asian American Christian Ethics by Grace Y. Kao (Editor); Ilsup Ahn (Editor)Rethinks perennial issues in Christian ethics (war and peace, family/marriage/parenting, gender and sexuality, economics and wealth, virtue ethics), pressing social matters (race relations, immigration, healthcare, the environment), and issues of special interest to Asian Americans (education, labor, plastic surgery).
Resistance and Theological Ethics by Ronald H. Stone (Editor)Collects the edited and updated essays that emerged from the meeting of the Theological Educators for Presbyterian Social Witness in Geneva, Switzerland and southern France in 1999. A call for the church to stand in resistance to social, economic and political forces that threaten--while embracing those that foster--social justice, peace and human welfare.
Liberation Ethics: Sources, Models, and Norms by Thomas L. SchubeckA comprehensive assessment of the ethical import of the liberation theological movement. Offers a critical yet sympathetic evaluation of liberation theology's normative content by looking at how liberation theologians actually use their foundational sources-praxis, social analysis, and Scripture.
God of the Oppressed (Online) by James H. ConeRelates the gospel message to the experience of the black community. But a wider theme of the book is the role that social and historical context plays in framing the questions we address to God as well as the mode of the answers provided.
A Feminist Ethic of Risk by Sharon WelchProposes a new model for ethics and new life orientation for social justice. Her ethic uproots classical assumptions and opens up the possibility of a strong religious vision or "theology of resistance and hope."
An Invitation to Feminist Ethics (Online) by Hilde LindemannIntroduces students to the body of work in feminist ethics, clarifies the need for this approach to ethics, and explores three social practices--health care, violence, and globalization--within which the need for a feminist ethics is most urgent.