The ultimate imperative: an interpretation of Christian ethics

Cleveland, Ohio: Pilgrim Press (1999)
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Abstract

The Ultimate Imperative reclaims the love ethic as expressed in principles from the Ten Commandments and Jesus. Ronald Stone sets this ethic in tension with more recent theological insights and church pronouncements in order to explore personal and social issues, including race relations, economics, politics, ecology, and peacemaking.

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