The Moral Vision Of The New Testament: Community, Cross, New Creationa Contemporary Introduction To…

Paperback | August 30, 1996

byRichard Hays

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A leading expert in New Testament ethics discovers in the biblical witness a unified ethical vision -- centered in the themes of community, cross and new creation -- that has profound relevance in today′s world. Richard Hays shows how the New Testament provides moral guidance on the most troubling ethical issues of our time, including violence, divorce, homosexuality and abortion.

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A leading expert in New Testament ethics discovers in the biblical witness a unified ethical vision -- centered in the themes of community, cross and new creation -- that has profound relevance in today′s world. Richard Hays shows how the New Testament provides moral guidance on the most troubling ethical issues of our time, including ...

Richard Hays is professor of New Testament at Duke Divinity School. He is noted for his work in the fields of New Testament ethics and Pauline theology.

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:528 pages, 9.25 × 6.12 × 1.32 inPublished:August 30, 1996Publisher:HarperCollins

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ISBN - 10:006063796X

ISBN - 13:9780060637965

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"Hay's passionately written book, with its bold agenda, has neither peer nor rival." (Leander E. Keck, Winkley Professor of Biblical Theology, Yale Divinity School)