Augustinian and ecclesial Christian ethics: on loving enemies

Lanham, Maryland: Lexington Books/Fortress Academic (2018)
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Abstract

Should Christian ethics be an ecclesial or a nationalist project? This book addresses this question by tracing the development of an Augustinian and ecclesial approach to Christian ethics, noting the critiques the former brings against the latter, and assessing their merits.

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