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  • Addicted to Novelty: The Vice of Curiosity in a Digital Age
    • Abstract: FOR ALL THE BENEFITS LAVISHED ON US BY THE MOBILE revolution in the last decade, all is not well in our relationship with our devices. How often do we find ourselves irked by friends or colleagues tapping away on their smartphones in the middle of a meeting or conversation, only to find ourselves doing the same a few minutes later' While relishing the productivity gains our new devices and networking platforms offer, we may pause to wonder from time to time whether these are canceled out by the minutes and hours consumed compulsively checking Facebook or Twitter or mindlessly clicking and scrolling through a series of diverting links and images with no set purpose or sense of fulfillment. Recent studies confirm ... Read More
      Keywords: Internet addiction; Internet; Marriage; Same-sex marriage; Interpersonal relations; Christian ethics; Social ethics; Postcolonialism; Neoliberalism; Religions; Poverty; African Americans; Bonhoeffer, Dietrich,; Food industry and trade; Obesity; Menta
      PubDate: 2017-08-07T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Common Sense, Plain Sense, and Faithful Dissent: Evangelical
           Interpretation and the Ethics of Marriage Equality
    • Abstract: THIS ESSAY CONSTRUCTS A MORAL THEOLOGY OF READING scripture by retrieving habits and virtues of early evangelical readers that have potential to help evangelicals reengage one another on divisive topics such as human sexuality. The questions of who decides what scripture says and what the marks of faithful interpretation are lie at the heart of this inquiry. I interact with the historical trajectory of evangelicalism that values conversion and Christian formation as the telos of reading scripture. Continental Pietists, predecessors of the conversion trajectory of evangelicalism, also read in a spirit of faithful dissent. Their resistance to accept rigid orthodox interpretations out of hand allowed them to cast the ... Read More
      Keywords: Internet addiction; Internet; Marriage; Same-sex marriage; Interpersonal relations; Christian ethics; Social ethics; Postcolonialism; Neoliberalism; Religions; Poverty; African Americans; Bonhoeffer, Dietrich,; Food industry and trade; Obesity; Menta
      PubDate: 2017-08-07T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • The Virtue of "Selling Out": Compromise as a Moral Transaction
    • Abstract: COMPROMISE IS NOT AN ALTOGETHER NEW SUBJECT OF interest in the field of ethics, but treatment has been muted and generally couched in some form of a "lesser evil" argument. In the last decade, however, a number of authors have offered more positive considerations, among them Avishai Margalit in On Compromise and Rotten Compromises, Luc Boltanski and Laurent Thévenot in On Justification, and Paul Ricoeur in On Recognition.1 Working out of political philosophy and social theory, their stance is cosmopolitan. They take the plurality of cultures, voices, and values with great seriousness, and their work reflects a shift from a focus on the individual agent (personal integrity) to a focus on the interaction of agents ... Read More
      Keywords: Internet addiction; Internet; Marriage; Same-sex marriage; Interpersonal relations; Christian ethics; Social ethics; Postcolonialism; Neoliberalism; Religions; Poverty; African Americans; Bonhoeffer, Dietrich,; Food industry and trade; Obesity; Menta
      PubDate: 2017-08-07T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Impossible, Inadequate, and Indispensable: What North American Christian
           Social Ethics Can Learn from Postcolonial Theory
    • Abstract: POSTCOLONIAL THEORY CAN HELP CHRISTIAN SOCIAL ETHICS generate new patterns of ethical thinking to respond to an increasingly connected world in which significant injustices and inequalities persist. There have been notable exceptions, but North American Christian ethicists have generally been slow to engage postcolonial resources in their efforts to envision the common good in a global context.1 This essay engages postcolonial scholars Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak's contention about the impossibility that intellectuals can address the needs of unrepresented groups and Dipesh Chakrabarty's recognition of European thought as both indispensable and inadequate for justice-oriented work. How might Christian social ... Read More
      Keywords: Internet addiction; Internet; Marriage; Same-sex marriage; Interpersonal relations; Christian ethics; Social ethics; Postcolonialism; Neoliberalism; Religions; Poverty; African Americans; Bonhoeffer, Dietrich,; Food industry and trade; Obesity; Menta
      PubDate: 2017-08-07T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Remembering the Poor: Interfaith Collaboration, Neoliberalism, and an
           Anti-Imperial Gospel
    • Abstract: THE UNITED STATES IS NOT A VERY RELIGIOUSLY DIVERSE nation. Only 5.9 percent of the US population currently identifies with a non-Christian faith, although the Pew Research Center projects this number will increase to 8 percent by 2050.1 But the changing demographics of religion around the world, increased flows of religiously diverse immigrants and refugees, and violence associated with religious conflict have placed intentional interfaith engagement at the forefront of academic, political, and activist discussions. We are continually invited to know and welcome our religiously diverse neighbors, often in hopes of reducing the violence that pervades our world.Knowing these neighbors also includes attending to ... Read More
      Keywords: Internet addiction; Internet; Marriage; Same-sex marriage; Interpersonal relations; Christian ethics; Social ethics; Postcolonialism; Neoliberalism; Religions; Poverty; African Americans; Bonhoeffer, Dietrich,; Food industry and trade; Obesity; Menta
      PubDate: 2017-08-07T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Black Natural Law by Vincent W. Lloyd (review)
    • Abstract: Black Natural Law introduces and analyzes a "tradition" (Vincent Lloyd's term throughout the text) of African American natural law reflection. In so doing, Lloyd dismantles stubborn boundaries between Christian ethics, black religion, and American religious history. Black Christian writers such as Frederick Douglass are often confined to the category of "history" and rarely elevated to esteemed intellectual disciplines such as "theology" and "ethics." Lloyd reverses that tendency. Like Catherine Bell, Robert Orsi, Miguel De La Torre, and others, he makes us question the hierarchical dualism between thought and practice, and our habit of associating white Christianities with the former and nonwhite Christianities ... Read More
      Keywords: Internet addiction; Internet; Marriage; Same-sex marriage; Interpersonal relations; Christian ethics; Social ethics; Postcolonialism; Neoliberalism; Religions; Poverty; African Americans; Bonhoeffer, Dietrich,; Food industry and trade; Obesity; Menta
      PubDate: 2017-08-07T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Justifications and Judgments: Walzer, Bonhoeffer, and the Problem of Dirty
           Hands
    • Abstract: ARGUMENTS ABOUT DIRTY HANDS FALL INTO THREE BROAD categories. First, a number of moral philosophers and theologians have tried to show that the idea of a moral dilemma is incoherent because it depends on a set of mistaken metaphysical presumptions.1 Second, there is a quasi-normative argument that when faced with a dilemma, one should do as much as possible to extricate oneself from it (to keep one's hands clean). This second option is an implicitly held position in a wide variety of arguments in contemporary Christian ethics. Many thinkers construe the task of ethics as unmasking and resisting evils that tempt otherwise faithful Christians to grave evils of violence, racism, classicism, and so on. In this ... Read More
      Keywords: Internet addiction; Internet; Marriage; Same-sex marriage; Interpersonal relations; Christian ethics; Social ethics; Postcolonialism; Neoliberalism; Religions; Poverty; African Americans; Bonhoeffer, Dietrich,; Food industry and trade; Obesity; Menta
      PubDate: 2017-08-07T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • The Global Obesity Epidemic: Shifting the Focus from Individuals to the
           Food Industry
    • Abstract: THE PERCENTAGE OF HUMAN BEINGS CONSIDERED "OVER-weight" and "obese" is growing. While there were roughly 100 million such people in the mid-twentieth century, there are now 1.9 billion adults and 42 million children under age five who are considered overweight or obese. This population outnumbers the hungry and undernourished.1 As Alexandra Brewis notes, the leading rates of obesity are found in "Pacific Island nations (Tonga, Samoa, and Nauru), followed closely by the oil-rich Gulf countries of Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates, and then by a mix of Western countries led by the United States and the United Kingdom, closely trailed by Mexico."2Given the growing concerns about this trend, what is the appropriate ... Read More
      Keywords: Internet addiction; Internet; Marriage; Same-sex marriage; Interpersonal relations; Christian ethics; Social ethics; Postcolonialism; Neoliberalism; Religions; Poverty; African Americans; Bonhoeffer, Dietrich,; Food industry and trade; Obesity; Menta
      PubDate: 2017-08-07T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • "Mad Mothers, Bad Mothers": Resisting Stigma and Embracing Grace as
           Dis-ease
    • Abstract: FOR A GOOD PORTION OF HER ADULT LIFE, MY MOTHER struggled with depression.1 While the symptoms of depression can vary from person to person, they usually include changes in sleep and appetite, irritability, difficulty concentrating, lethargy, low self-esteem, hopelessness (including suicidal ideation), and physical aches and pains.2 Growing up, I experienced a great deal of anxiety because of the silence, misunderstanding, and stigma surrounding mental illness. To be specific, I was afraid of becoming like her. As I grew older, my deepest fears and greatest hopes were realized.After several years of struggling with infertility, I became pregnant. Shortly after the birth of my daughter, I experienced a debilitating ... Read More
      Keywords: Internet addiction; Internet; Marriage; Same-sex marriage; Interpersonal relations; Christian ethics; Social ethics; Postcolonialism; Neoliberalism; Religions; Poverty; African Americans; Bonhoeffer, Dietrich,; Food industry and trade; Obesity; Menta
      PubDate: 2017-08-07T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Human Dignity after Augustine's Imago Dei: On the Sources and Uses of Two
           Ethical Terms
    • Abstract: FROM GENESIS TO THE PAULINE EPISTLES TO THE HADITHS of Sahih al-Bukhari, the sacred texts of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam affirm that human beings were created in the image of God.1 Throughout these traditions' respective histories, prominent figures such as Maimonides, Thomas Aquinas, and Ibn Arabi have made the image of God central to questions of religious thought and life. More recent adherents continue to discuss the image of God and often treat it as interchangeable with another term that many take to be its secular analog—namely, human dignity.2Indeed, today it is the grammar of human dignity more than the language of the image of God that is in the ascendency. Pope Francis, for example, appeals to the ... Read More
      Keywords: Internet addiction; Internet; Marriage; Same-sex marriage; Interpersonal relations; Christian ethics; Social ethics; Postcolonialism; Neoliberalism; Religions; Poverty; African Americans; Bonhoeffer, Dietrich,; Food industry and trade; Obesity; Menta
      PubDate: 2017-08-07T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Forget Your Right to Work: Detroit and the Demise of Workers' Rights
    • Abstract: IT IS A DAUNTING TASK TO IMAGINE THE ETHICAL ISSUES that humanity will face in the future. As Daniel Maguire states in his 2010 book, Ethics, a number of obstacles hamper our search for moral truth in the present. He names "myth, forbidden memories, archaic and false analogies, abstractions, selective vision, role, and banalization."1 To illustrate, Patricia Hill Collins credits Katie Cannon with telling this version of Aesop's fable: "A small girl and her mother passed a statue depicting a European man who had barehandedly subdued a ferocious lion. The little girl stopped, looked puzzled and asked, 'Mama, something's wrong with that statue. Everybody knows that a man can't whip a lion.' 'But darling,' her mother ... Read More
      Keywords: Internet addiction; Internet; Marriage; Same-sex marriage; Interpersonal relations; Christian ethics; Social ethics; Postcolonialism; Neoliberalism; Religions; Poverty; African Americans; Bonhoeffer, Dietrich,; Food industry and trade; Obesity; Menta
      PubDate: 2017-08-07T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Divine Covenants and Moral Order: A Biblical Theology of Natural Law by
           David VanDrunen (review)
    • Abstract: David VanDrunen's latest work, part of his ongoing project to retrieve an earlier tradition of Reformed ethics, is a landmark achievement. In it he answers many questions left by his 2010 Natural Law and the Two Kingdoms by providing a thoroughgoing biblical defense and summary of the concept of natural law. The result is a work that simultaneously provides one of the best Protestant accounts of natural law to date and makes a great contribution to natural law ethics generally by supplying a thorough foundation of biblical exegesis for a concept that usually seeks its justification on philosophical grounds.In adopting this method, VanDrunen argues that although the content of the natural law, as a pervasive moral ... Read More
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      PubDate: 2017-08-07T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Stricken by Sin, Cured by Christ: Agency, Necessity, and Culpability in
           Augustinian Theology by Jesse Couenhoven (review)
    • Abstract: Reinhold Niebuhr famously considered original sin "the only empirically verifiable doctrine of the Christian faith." And Karl Barth once asked, "Is it not the Doctrine which, in the last resort, underlies the whole teaching of history' Is it possible to adopt 'a different point of view' from that of the Bible, Augustine, and the Reformers'" Couenhoven answers Barth's query with a fitting "yes and no" in this tightly argued and wide-ranging work as it interweaves historical and moral theology with analytic philosophy, personality psychology, and social ethics.It might seem that the doctrine of original sin has lapsed or fallen on hard times, and perhaps rightly so. It sits in uneasy tension with much that we have ... Read More
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      PubDate: 2017-08-07T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Keeping Faith with Human Rights by Linda Hogan (review)
    • Abstract: As her title suggests, the relationship between theological and secular traditions in human rights discourse is one important topic of Hogan's book. A second topic is the significant challenge to both theological and secular grounding of human rights norms coming from postcolonial, feminist, and postmodern critics.Regarding the relationship between theological and secular traditions in human rights discourse, Hogan finds evidence of theological treatment of "rights" as early as jurisprudence of the twelfth century; early modern Calvinists then drew on classical and Catholic resources for rights talk. More recently, contemporary human rights discourse has come to function independently of theism as "the common ... Read More
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      PubDate: 2017-08-07T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • The Ethics of Death: Religious and Philosophical Perspectives in Dialogue
           by Lloyd Steffen and Dennis R. Cooley (review)
    • Abstract: In The Ethics of Death, religious studies scholar Lloyd Steffen and philosopher Dennis Cooley offer ethical analysis of a variety of topics with an approach they refer to as "dialogic engagement," modeled upon their own interdisciplinary exchange with one another (4). In fact, each of the seven main chapters is explicitly structured as a dialogue: each author laying out his particular approach in two separate sections, which are then followed by a question-and-answer section where the authors pose questions to one another and provide brief responses. Intending to address death as it relates to the moral lives of the living, the chapters cover topics that are of enduring interest to students, scholars, and the ... Read More
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      PubDate: 2017-08-07T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Reading Karl Barth, Interrupting Moral Technique, Transforming Biomedical
           Ethics by Ashley John Moyse (review)
    • Abstract: Reading Karl Barth, Interrupting Moral Technique, Transforming Biomedical Ethics by Ashley John Moyse is a work in fundamental theological bioethics. Rather than an applied approach that attends to particular dilemmas or issues—which falls prey to the "moral technique" that is Moyse's main target—the author articulates an embodied ethical practice of postures, grounded in Karl Barth's theology, which promotes conversation over solitary reflection and plurality by way of particularity. Beyond usual complaints about contemporary biomedicine and bioethics, Moyse's subtle point is that standard bioethics, trapped in the totalizing grammar of common morality theory, functions as a technique, a tool to produce decisions ... Read More
      Keywords: Internet addiction; Internet; Marriage; Same-sex marriage; Interpersonal relations; Christian ethics; Social ethics; Postcolonialism; Neoliberalism; Religions; Poverty; African Americans; Bonhoeffer, Dietrich,; Food industry and trade; Obesity; Menta
      PubDate: 2017-08-07T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Embracing the Other: The Transformative Spirit of Love by Grace Ji-Sun Kim
           (review)
    • Abstract: In Embracing the Other: The Transformative Spirit of Love, Grace Ji-Sun Kim places herself in an important line of voices using theology as a platform to speak out against racism and sexism. Kim's identity as an Asian immigrant to Canada and as a theologian provides her with a unique background from which to address the particular perils that Asian immigrant women face. As such, this book makes a distinctive contribution to the fields of theological ethics and contextual theologies.At the heart of Embracing the Other lies Kim's challenge to Christians to "critically engage the problem of Euro-American racism and sexism" (4). To build her argument, Kim moves from the historical to the constructive, insightfully ... Read More
      Keywords: Internet addiction; Internet; Marriage; Same-sex marriage; Interpersonal relations; Christian ethics; Social ethics; Postcolonialism; Neoliberalism; Religions; Poverty; African Americans; Bonhoeffer, Dietrich,; Food industry and trade; Obesity; Menta
      PubDate: 2017-08-07T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Preservation and Protest: Theological Foundations for an
           Eco-Eschatological Ethics by Ryan Patrick McLaughlin (review)
    • Abstract: Ryan Patrick McLaughlin's book on ecological-eschatological ethics explores four different taxonomies of "nonhuman theological ethics": anthropocentric and cosmocentric conservation ethics, which fall under values-based ethics, and anthropocentric and cosmocentric transfiguration ethics, which fall under teleological-based ethics (1–2). McLaughlin's focus is a constructive ethics of cosmocentric transfiguration whereby the entire cosmos "shares in the eschatological hope of a harmonious participation in God's triune life that entails the end of suffering, predation, and death" (2). The title of the book reflects an internal tension based on the protection of nature and honoring the integrity of ecosystems ... Read More
      Keywords: Internet addiction; Internet; Marriage; Same-sex marriage; Interpersonal relations; Christian ethics; Social ethics; Postcolonialism; Neoliberalism; Religions; Poverty; African Americans; Bonhoeffer, Dietrich,; Food industry and trade; Obesity; Menta
      PubDate: 2017-08-07T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Dignity and Destiny: Humanity in the Image of God by John F. Kilner
           (review)
    • Abstract: There is a problem with locating the imago Dei in a set of unique human attributes that other animals do not possess, such as self-awareness or higher cortical function: persons deficient in these attributes might then be viewed as less complete images of God and therefore be treated as less than fully human. According to John Kilner, this nonbiblical view contributes support for racism, sexism, and other oppressions. In Dignity and Destiny, Kilner's solution is to realize that the image of God is equally and fully present in every human as a divine blueprint, rooted in God's purpose for humans to reflect the image of God as revealed in Christ. Jesus is the image of God; all humans are created in the image of ... Read More
      Keywords: Internet addiction; Internet; Marriage; Same-sex marriage; Interpersonal relations; Christian ethics; Social ethics; Postcolonialism; Neoliberalism; Religions; Poverty; African Americans; Bonhoeffer, Dietrich,; Food industry and trade; Obesity; Menta
      PubDate: 2017-08-07T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • The Prophet and the Bodhisattva: Daniel Berrigan, Thich Nhat Hanh, and the
           Ethics of Peace and Justice by Charles R. Strain (review)
    • Abstract: In The Prophet and the Bodhisattva, Charles Strain constructs a compelling ethics of peace and justice by extending his longstanding focus on interfaith dialogue, practical theology, and personal mobilization to address social conditions. Strain deeply engages Christian and Buddhist resources, recognizing Daniel Berrigan and Thich Nhat Hanh as "modern embodiments of classic forms of moral life and agency" (3). Each offers distinct but complementary forms of practice, challenging us to struggle for peace and justice in the present moment. Strain explores the core teachings of Nhat Hanh and Berrigan, leverages these in constructing a formal social ethics, and applies these ethics to militarization and climate ... Read More
      Keywords: Internet addiction; Internet; Marriage; Same-sex marriage; Interpersonal relations; Christian ethics; Social ethics; Postcolonialism; Neoliberalism; Religions; Poverty; African Americans; Bonhoeffer, Dietrich,; Food industry and trade; Obesity; Menta
      PubDate: 2017-08-07T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Searching for a Universal Ethic: Multidisciplinary, Ecumenical, and
           Interfaith Responses to the Catholic Natural Law Tradition ed. by John
           Berkman and William C. Mattison III (review)
    • Abstract: Despite its generalist title, this book is the result of a very specific and multilayered textual history. The core of the volume is the official English translation of the International Theological Commission (ITC) document In Search of a Universal Ethic: A New Look at the Natural Law, which alone composes nearly a quarter of the book's text. Following five years of work, the commission first published the document in 2009. The following year, a special session at the annual meeting of the Society of Christian Ethics was convened for the purpose of discussing the document, and this session served as the impetus for the present volume. Along with Berkman and Mattison's introductory chapter, the remainder of the ... Read More
      Keywords: Internet addiction; Internet; Marriage; Same-sex marriage; Interpersonal relations; Christian ethics; Social ethics; Postcolonialism; Neoliberalism; Religions; Poverty; African Americans; Bonhoeffer, Dietrich,; Food industry and trade; Obesity; Menta
      PubDate: 2017-08-07T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Theology for Liberal Protestants: God the Creator by Douglas F. Ottati
           (review)
    • Abstract: Douglas Ottati offers the first volume of a two-volume systematic theology that is firmly and unapologetically grounded in the nineteenth-century liberal Protestant tradition. To paraphrase Gary Dorrien, Ottati's work can be categorized as among those contributors to the discipline of theology, like Kathryn Tanner, seeking to bridge the longstanding gap between Yale postliberalism and Chicago liberalism. In other words, the absolute rejection of Friedrich Schleiermacher, Adolf von Harnack, and Ernst Troeltsch by neo-orthodox theologians early in the twentieth century no longer serves as an adequate typology, thus necessitating the need for a different narrative—one that sees greater continuity between Protestant ... Read More
      Keywords: Internet addiction; Internet; Marriage; Same-sex marriage; Interpersonal relations; Christian ethics; Social ethics; Postcolonialism; Neoliberalism; Religions; Poverty; African Americans; Bonhoeffer, Dietrich,; Food industry and trade; Obesity; Menta
      PubDate: 2017-08-07T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Ethics without Principles: Another Possible Ethics—Perspectives from
           Latin America by Roy H. May Jr (review)
    • Abstract: Roy May presents a collection of five essays that critique deontological ethics. He argues that deontology stands outside sociocultural and historical contexts, ignoring concrete human differences and the local histories of diverse human cultures. Therefore, it is a false universal, an otherworldly, legalistic, and ideologically hegemonic construct. Consequently, it provides no space for diverse Latin American experiences and contexts. Such ethics do not liberate marginalized groups precisely because they do not take their concrete lived experiences and contexts into account. May proposes instead a nominalist, contextual, postmodern ethics. He traces the history of this ethic from Ockham, through its development in ... Read More
      Keywords: Internet addiction; Internet; Marriage; Same-sex marriage; Interpersonal relations; Christian ethics; Social ethics; Postcolonialism; Neoliberalism; Religions; Poverty; African Americans; Bonhoeffer, Dietrich,; Food industry and trade; Obesity; Menta
      PubDate: 2017-08-07T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • For the Love of All Creatures: The Story of Grace in Genesis by William
           Greenway (review)
    • Abstract: The morning I started reading William Greenway's For the Love of All Creatures, my toddler stumbled into my bedroom holding an injured cockroach. After my startled response caused him to drop it, I trapped and threw the cockroach outside. Had no children been present, I probably would have killed it. Later, I read Greenway's injunction to "love the cockroach," for "we reflect the image of God when we are wholly and without qualification seized by love for the cockroach and for every creature" (102). Did I love that injured cockroach, I wondered; was I seized in a "transcendent moment," my love "absolute and unqualified" (102)' Unpreoccupied by such quotidian dilemmas, Greenway instead proposes a spirituality of ... Read More
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      PubDate: 2017-08-07T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • African American Theological Ethics: A Reader ed. by Peter J. Paris and
           Julius Crump (review)
    • Abstract: African American Theological Ethics: A Reader (AATE) is a thought-provoking title that piqued my interest upon first sight. I am an African American Christian who studies African American Christianity, culture, history, and black theology. I wondered how the book would discuss African American theological ethics in terms of its articulation, embodiment, and practice. I also had reservations regarding the book's structure, the diversity of themes emphasized, and the balance between discussion of theology and of ethics. A few questions surfaced as I reflected upon the contents of the book. How is the term "theology" defined' Would the book discuss the particular ethical systems derived from monotheistic and ... Read More
      Keywords: Internet addiction; Internet; Marriage; Same-sex marriage; Interpersonal relations; Christian ethics; Social ethics; Postcolonialism; Neoliberalism; Religions; Poverty; African Americans; Bonhoeffer, Dietrich,; Food industry and trade; Obesity; Menta
      PubDate: 2017-08-07T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Flourishing: Health, Disease, and Bioethics in Theological Perspective by
           Neil Messer (review)
    • Abstract: The meanings of "health," "disease," and "illness" in discussions of flourishing are hotly debated, and Neil Messer sets out to clarify these terms from a distinctively Reformed Christian theological perspective. This is a massively important task, and one relevant to Christian ethics; definitions of health determine who receives care and what quality of care they are provided. Messer argues that human flourishing is about being teleologically oriented toward responding to God's call revealed in Christ. Health is, more specifically, what Barth calls the "strength for life" (xv) that is involved in this flourishing, and disease threatens this strength. The sciences can give us real insight into the details of human ... Read More
      Keywords: Internet addiction; Internet; Marriage; Same-sex marriage; Interpersonal relations; Christian ethics; Social ethics; Postcolonialism; Neoliberalism; Religions; Poverty; African Americans; Bonhoeffer, Dietrich,; Food industry and trade; Obesity; Menta
      PubDate: 2017-08-07T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Renegotiating Power, Theology, and Politics ed. by Joshua Daniel and Rick
           Elgendy (review)
    • Abstract: After Michel Foucault and the advent of liberationist thought, power has become an increasingly important topic in theology. This volume of essays is a valuable addition to a series that recognizes power's importance, New Approaches to Religion and Power, edited by Joerg Rieger. As the editors note in their introduction, the material contained here began as a collection of papers presented at a 2012 conference on authority, power, and theology.Offerings from William Schweiker and Robin Lovin bookend the collection. Schweiker extends themes he has explored elsewhere, articulating a moral realism grounded on the "integrity of life" and its claim on human beings as responsible actors (16). Lovin's essay concludes the ... Read More
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      PubDate: 2017-08-07T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Religion and Public Policy: Human Rights, Conflict, and Ethics ed. by
           Sumner B. Twiss, Marian Simion, and Rodney L. Petersen (review)
    • Abstract: This festschrift in honor of David Little canvasses the range of topics Little explored during a distinguished career. The breadth of Little's research interests is reflected in the diversity of essays represented in the volume. Some of the seventeen chapters reflect directly on issues within Little's corpus while others discuss the influence Little had on various fields of inquiry or draw on his ideas for new areas of research.John Witte and Gene Outka provide essays of the first sort: Witte examines Little's work on the religious origins of human rights, while Outka raises questions about how Little's historical work on Reformed Protestantism relates to his work in human rights. Outka raises broader questions ... Read More
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      PubDate: 2017-08-07T00:00:00-05:00
       
 
 
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