Description - Christ and the Moral Life by James M. Gustafson
In this work, originally published in 1968, the distinguished theologian James M. Gustafson asks the fundamental question, "What is the significance of Jesus Christ for the moral life?" His answer is in the form of an ethical map, showing the ways in which theological affirmations about Christ relate to moral life in the writings of a number of important Christian thinkers.
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Author Biography - James M. Gustafson
James M. Gustafson is University Professor of Theological Ethics at the University of Chicago Divinity School. A Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, he is also a Fellow and member of the Board of Directors of the Hastings Institute and coeditor of the "Journal of Religion." His many books include "Treasure in Earthen Vessels: The Church as a Human Community, Protestant and Roman Catholic Ethics, " and "Can Ethics Be Christian?" all published by the University of Chicago Press.