Character And The Christian Life: A Study In Theological Ethics by Stanley Hauerwas

Character And The Christian Life: A Study In Theological Ethics

byStanley Hauerwas

Paperback | March 18, 1994

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Some fourteen years after its initial publication, this important and influential book, with a new, substantial, and candid introduction by the author, is available in a reasonably priced paperback edition. In this volume Hauerwas assesses recent interest in the “ethics of character” and suggests areas in his own work that now call for some corrective and/or further work.

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Stanley Hauerwas is the Gilbert T. Rowe Professor Emeritus of Divinity and Law at the Divinity School at Duke University in Durham, North Carolina. He has written a voluminous number of articles, authored and edited many books, and has been the subject of other theologians' writing and interest. He has been a board member of the Societ...
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Title:Character And The Christian Life: A Study In Theological EthicsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:272 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.8 inPublished:March 18, 1994Publisher:University Of Notre Dame Press

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ISBN - 10:0268007721

ISBN - 13:9780268007720

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“[A] main road in American Christian ethics. Hauerwas’s own pursuit of the continuities, rather than the discontinuities, of the moral life has taken him several stages further on, so that this welcome reissue enables us to look back over his development. Many of the characteristics of the mature Hauerwas are already evident: the mercurial imagination, the constant struggle for shifts in Gestalt, the involved arguments, the elusive claims, the persistent concern that philosophy and theology should meet.” —Journal of Theological Studies