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Toward a discipline of social ethics: essays in honor of Walter George Muelder. Paul Deats, Jr., editor.

Contributor(s): Deats, Paul [ed.] | Muelder, Walter George, 1907-.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Boston, Boston University Press, 1972Description: viii, 328 p. port. 25 cm.ISBN: 0087200186.Subject(s): Muelder, Walter George, 1907- -- Bibliography | Christian sociology | Social ethicsDDC classification: 177
Contents:
Walter G. Muelder: an appreciation of his life, thought, and ministry, by C. E. Lincoln and P. Deats, Jr.--The tasks and methods of social ethics: The quest for a social ethic, by P. Deats, Jr. The relevance of historical understanding, by J. M. Gustafson. The struggle for political consciousness, by A. F. Geyer. The logic of moral argument, by R. B. Potter, Jr.--Ethics, power, and strategy: Toward a Christian understanding of power, by T. S. Sample. The disciplines of power: the necessity and limits of coercion, by J. D. Stamey. The dilemma of Christian social strategy, by J. P. Wogaman. The demand for economic justice: southern Africa and the Portuguese colonies, by F. Houtart.--The church and social responsibility: Political participation--a Christian view, by G. McGovern. The social gospel and race relations: a case study of a social movement, by P. N. Williams. Institutions, unity, and mission, by J. K. Matthews. Public and private dimensions of ethical responsibility, by L.
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Walter G. Muelder: an appreciation of his life, thought, and ministry, by C. E. Lincoln and P. Deats, Jr.--The tasks and methods of social ethics: The quest for a social ethic, by P. Deats, Jr. The relevance of historical understanding, by J. M. Gustafson. The struggle for political consciousness, by A. F. Geyer. The logic of moral argument, by R. B. Potter, Jr.--Ethics, power, and strategy: Toward a Christian understanding of power, by T. S. Sample. The disciplines of power: the necessity and limits of coercion, by J. D. Stamey. The dilemma of Christian social strategy, by J. P. Wogaman. The demand for economic justice: southern Africa and the Portuguese colonies, by F. Houtart.--The church and social responsibility: Political participation--a Christian view, by G. McGovern. The social gospel and race relations: a case study of a social movement, by P. N. Williams. Institutions, unity, and mission, by J. K. Matthews. Public and private dimensions of ethical responsibility, by L.

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