New Dimensions to Religious Ethics
Designed for undergraduate or seminary students, these theological texts address the interdisciplinary debate about significant moral questions. Each volume investigates a dimension of religious ethics that has become problematic, engaging with a number of contemporary moral dilemmas that trouble the postmodern world. Through an analysis of basic assumptions, these volumes provide students with a good grounding in ethical thought, and also expose aspects of the moral landscape that require further attention. The series reflects the renewal of thinking in religious ethics and the serious engagement of theologians in poignant questions of our time.