This major new series offers a unique approach to vital contemporary issues in the arena of Christian ethics. The books are lively introductory explorations which explain the moral positions that have been adopted, show how theological convictions shape these assessments, and invite readers to engage in their own process of moral deliberation. Suitable for general readers and students alike, these accessible introductions will inform and stimulate.
Robert Song is a lecturer in Christian Ethics at the University of Durham, and previously taught for ten years at Cranmer Hall Durham. He is secretary of the Society of the Study of Christian Ethics and chair of the Epiphany Trust, a charity involved in service provision for people with disabilities in Britain and abroad.
Its time for Christians to refrain from knee-jerk reactions to the major moral issues facing us as we begin the twenty-first century ... these books offer an excellent starting point.
- David Cook, author of The Moral Maze
A really welcome new series - first-class tools for ethical reflection.
- Rowan Williams, Archbishop of Wales