Resurrection and Moral Order: An Outline for Evangelical Ethics

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Apollos, 1994 - Christian ethics - 286 pages
This seminal work makes a cogent and compelling case for Christian ethics based on the resurrection of Jesus Christ. Drawing on a profound knowledge both of the history of Christian thought and of contemporary ethical theology, Oliver O'Donovan illumines such important concepts as freedom, authority, nature, history, and revelation. This revised edition also includes an extensive new prologue in which the author enters into critical dialogue with four key figures in Christian ethics: John Finnis, Martin Honecker, Stanley Hauerwas, and Karl Barth.

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Already a classic; heavy-going but provides a masterful introduction to Christian ethics; not for the faint-hearted but if you really want to grapple with issues this is excellent; for me, reading it ... Read full review

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