Richard Hooker and Anglican Moral Theology by A. J. JoyceRichard Hooker (1554-1600) is often credited with being the founding father of Anglican moral theology. This book is the first major study to examine in depth the extent to which this claim is justified, and to evaluate the nature of Hooker's contribution to this aspect of Anglican tradition.
Commanding Grace: Studies in Karl Barth's Ethics by Daniel L. Migliore (Editor)In this seminal volume, thirteen contemporary theologians revisit the theological ethics of Karl Barth as it bears on such topics as the moral significance of Jesus Christ, the Christian as ethical agent, the just war theory, the virtues and limits of democracy, and the difference between an economy of competition and possession and an economy of grace.
Community, Liberalism and Christian Ethics (Online) by David FergussonExplores some issues on the borderland between moral philosophy and Christian theology. Written from a neo-Barthian view. In maintaining the distinctiveness of Christian ethics and community, the book also seeks to acknowledge common moral ground held by those within and without the church.
Catholic Social Teaching
Catholic Social Teaching: A User's Guide by William O'NeillA guide to understanding what Catholic Social Teaching says and how it relates to global issues. It discusses sources, history, and key themes of the CST tradition, as well as implications of CST for the ethics of war and peace, forced migration, and social reconciliation.
Enacting Catholic Social Tradition by Clemens SedmakProvides a needed emphasis on the fact that CST stems not from arbitrary laws laid down by Church leaders, but rather from moral guidance directly inspired by Scripture, especially the command to love Christ and the neighbor, even if doing so is extremely difficult in real-life situations.
Incarnate Love: Essays in Orthodox Ethics by Vigen GuroianAmajor contribution to both Orthodox ethics and to Christian self-understanding. Completely revised with a new preface and two additional chapters, this work aims to articulate a social ethic that can make sense of the Orthodox experience in the United States, as well as challenge the Orthodox tradition to formulate a new strategy for church and societal interaction.
A Companion to Muslim Ethics by Amyn SajooExplores Islam's core conception of the good, shared with other great traditions. Leading experts examine issues such as gender equality, nonviolence, dispute resolution, the environment, health and finance.