Christian Ethics: The End of the Law

Title: Christian Ethics: The End of the Law
Author: David S. Cunningham
Publisher: Routledge
Date of Publication: 2008

 

One of the best introductions to Christian ethics available. An essential tool for all students who want to explore the connections between Christian understanding of God, worship, community life, the reading of Scripture, and moral formation. The pace is lively, the text fluent and easy. David Cunningham opens up the rich resources of what Christian tradition says with respect to 'peaceableness', justice, grace, love, courage, stewardship of the created order, giving and receiving, sacrifice and companionship, music as a Christian practice, and much more.

Esther D. Reed, Associate Professor of Theological Ethics, University of Exeter

Christian Ethics

 

 

 

 

Christian Ethics: The End of the Law

Title: Christian Ethics: The End of the Law
Author: David S. Cunningham
Publisher: Routledge
Date of Publication: 2008

 

One of the best introductions to Christian ethics available. An essential tool for all students who want to explore the connections between Christian understanding of God, worship, community life, the reading of Scripture, and moral formation. The pace is lively, the text fluent and easy. David Cunningham opens up the rich resources of what Christian tradition says with respect to 'peaceableness', justice, grace, love, courage, stewardship of the created order, giving and receiving, sacrifice and companionship, music as a Christian practice, and much more.

Esther D. Reed, Associate Professor of Theological Ethics, University of Exeter

Christian Ethics