Christian ethics : the end of the law / David S. Cunningham.

By: Cunningham, David S, 1961-
Material type: TextTextPublisher: London ; New York : Routledge, 2008Description: xiv, 399 p. ; 24 cmISBN: 9780415375993 (hardback : alk. paper); 0415375991 (hardback : alk. paper); 9780415376006 (pbk. : alk. paper); 0415376009 (pbk. : alk. paper); 9780203929759 (e-book); 0203929756 (e-book)Subject(s): Christian ethicsLOC classification: BJ1251 | .C84 2008
Contents:
Narrating the Christian life. Character and community, or: Why ethics probably isn't what you think -- Identifying who(se) we are: what's God got to do with it? -- Reading in communion: how stories structure our lives -- The narratives of Christianity -- From story to morality: proclaiming, inhabiting, and performing -- A journey without maps: professing, praying, and repenting -- Practicing the Christian life. Forgiveness, reconciliation, and nonviolence: distinctive practices in a fallen world -- An offering of souls and bodies: the life of virtue -- Calling upon the triune God: the divine formation of Christian virtue -- "Those who sing well, pray twice": music as a Christian practice -- Nourishing the body: sacrifice, companionship, and abundance -- Sent forth into the world: taking character beyond the community -- Living the Christian life. Monday: back at the office -- Tuesday: at the voting booth -- Wednesday: back to church -- Thursday: at the hospital -- Friday: out on the town -- Saturday: a walk in the woods.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. [375]-385) and index.

Narrating the Christian life. Character and community, or: Why ethics probably isn't what you think -- Identifying who(se) we are: what's God got to do with it? -- Reading in communion: how stories structure our lives -- The narratives of Christianity -- From story to morality: proclaiming, inhabiting, and performing -- A journey without maps: professing, praying, and repenting -- Practicing the Christian life. Forgiveness, reconciliation, and nonviolence: distinctive practices in a fallen world -- An offering of souls and bodies: the life of virtue -- Calling upon the triune God: the divine formation of Christian virtue -- "Those who sing well, pray twice": music as a Christian practice -- Nourishing the body: sacrifice, companionship, and abundance -- Sent forth into the world: taking character beyond the community -- Living the Christian life. Monday: back at the office -- Tuesday: at the voting booth -- Wednesday: back to church -- Thursday: at the hospital -- Friday: out on the town -- Saturday: a walk in the woods.

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