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Books on ethics and social issues, including moral theology, environmental ethics, peace and pacifism, economic and social justice, and religion and politics.

Church and Ethical Responsibility in the Midst of World Economy

Church and Ethical Responsibility in the Midst of World Economy:

Greed, Dominion, and Justice

By Paul S. Chung

An in-depth study and critique of global capitalism from a theological point of view, emphasising the Church's responsibility as a defender of economic justice.

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ISBN: 9780227901557
£22.25 + VAT
Conscience and its Problems

Conscience and its Problems:

An Introduction to Casuistry

By Kenneth E. Kirk

One of the classic texts of moral theology, setting out crucial moral problems and arguments drawn from religion and the religious community.

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ISBN: 9780227679487
£33.25
The Crisis of Global Capitalism

The Crisis of Global Capitalism:

Pope Benedict XVI's Social Encyclical and the Future of Political Economy

By Adrian Pabst (editor)

Essays exploring the impact of the papal encyclical Caritas in Veritate on the development of a third way between socialist statism and free-market capitalism.

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ISBN: 9780227680162
£23.50

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ISBN: 9780227901373
£20.00 + VAT
Culture in a Post-Secular Context

Culture in a Post-Secular Context:

Theological Possibilities in Milbank, Barth and Bediako

By Alan Thomson

A critique of the over-reliance of contemporary theologians on secular cultural ideas, showing that a theological understanding of culture already exists.

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ISBN: 9780227174678
£24.50

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ISBN: 9780227902776
£21.00 + VAT
Deep Economy

Deep Economy:

Caring for Ecology, Humanity and Religion

By Hans Dirk van Hoogstraten

An analysis of the ecological and theological dimensions of the world economy, showing how we need to rethink our ideas of life and death, wealth and work.

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ISBN: 9780227679654
£21.75
Durkheim: Essays on Morals and Education

Durkheim: Essays on Morals and Education

By Emile Durkheim and W.S.F. Pickering (editor)

A selection of the most important writings of the great French sociologist on ethics and education, including many pieces previously unavailable in English.

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ISBN: 9780227174210
£30.75

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ISBN: 9780227902530
£27.25 + VAT
Durkheim: The Collection

Durkheim: The Collection

By Emile Durkheim and W.S.F. Pickering (editor)

A single resource containing all three of W.S.F. Pickering's classic guides to the thought and writings of the great French sociologist Émile Durkheim.

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ISBN: 9780227902561
£70.83 + VAT
Early Inter-racial Oneness Pentecostalism

Early Inter-racial Oneness Pentecostalism:

G.T. Haywood and the Pentecostal Assemblies of the World (1901–1931)

By Talmadge L. French

A study of a neglected episode in American religious history, exploring the commitment to racial unity in the early years of Oneness Pentecostalistism.

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ISBN: 9780227174777
£25.75

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ISBN: 9780227902875
£22.25 + VAT
The Economy of Salvation

The Economy of Salvation:

Essays in Honour of M. Douglas Meeks

By Jürgen Moltmann, Timothy R. Eberhart and Matthew W. Charlton (editors)

A Festschrift exploring the work of the American theologian M. Douglas Meeks, in particular the socio-economic dimensions of the Christian hope of salvation.

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ISBN: 9780227175859
£15.00

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ISBN: 9780227905432
£11.50 + VAT
Embracing Vulnerability

Embracing Vulnerability:

Human and Divine

By Roberto Sirvent

A study in moral theology that argues that the doctrine of divine impassibility is incompatible with the notion of God as moral exemplar.

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ISBN: 9780227176498
£19.50

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ISBN: 9780227906309
£16.00 + VAT
Euthanasia and Patristic Tradition

Euthanasia and Patristic Tradition:

Reading John Damascene and Symeon the New Theologian on Christian Bioethics

By Ioannis Bekos

A critique of contemporary bioethical thought, drawing on the Patristic tradition to develop a Christian anthropology that offers an alternative approach to bioethics.

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ISBN: 9780227906941
£71.50 + VAT
Facing the Other

Facing the Other:

John Paul II, Levinas, and the Body

By Nigel Zimmermann

A study of the theological and ethical significance of the body, creatively bringing into dialogue the writings of Karol Wojtyla and Emmanuel Levinas.

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ISBN: 9780227175705
£25.00

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ISBN: 9780227905289
£21.50 + VAT
The Greatness of Humility

The Greatness of Humility:

St Augustine on Moral Excellence

By Joseph J. McInerney

An exploration of Augustine's defence of humility as a key virtue in human greatness, showing how his case stands up to criticisms both ancient and modern.

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ISBN: 9780227176009
£16.50