Moral Theory and Christian Ethics

There is a diversity of moral ideas and theories used in religious ethics. Whether in social ethics, theological ethics, comparative religious ethics, or applied ethics, ethicists from a broad spectrum of religious traditions and convictions all engage moral theories in one way or another. It is our conviction that many differences in views on particular moral issues are at least partly due to different understandings, critiques and affirmations of various moral theories. This interest group is designed to provide a place for sustained discussion dedicated to critical reflection on both classical and contemporary moral theories and on their use in religious ethics.

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Moral Theory and Christian Ethics