Christian ethics; sources of the living tradition, edited with introductions by Waldo Beach and H. Richard Niebuhr.

; Niebuhr, H. Richard (Helmut Richard), 1894-1962, editor
New York, Ronald Press Company [1955] .

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Other Authors Niebuhr, H. Richard 1894-1962,
Subjects Christian ethics -- History -- Sources.
Christian ethics.
Description 496 pages 21 cm
Copyright Date [1955]
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Also issued online.
Summary On ethics, excerpts from the writings of St. Augustine, Thomas Aquinas, Martin Luther, John Calvin, Joseph Butler, John Wesley, Jonathan Edwards, Soren Kierkegaard, and Walter Rauschenbusch, among others.
Contents Introduction to biblical ethics -- Ethics of the early Christian church -- Clement of Alexandria -- St. Augustine -- Ethics of monasticism: The rule of St. Benedict. The little flowers of St. Francis -- Ethics of mysticism: Bernard of Clairvaux. Meister Eckhart -- Thomas Aquinas and scholasticism -- Martin Luther -- John Calvin -- Ethics of Puritanism and Quakerism: Richard Baxter. Robert Barclay -- Joseph Butler and Anglican rationalism -- John Wesley -- Jonathan Edwards -- Soren Kierkegaard -- Walter Rauschenbusch -- Current trends.
Genre History.
Sources.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)374072
(OCoLC)ocm00374072
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WorldCat Identities Beach, Waldo,
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