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  • Author:
    John C. Bennett
  • ISBN:
    0664247695
  • ISBN13:
    978-0664247690
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    Westminster John Knox Press (October 25, 1984)
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    214 pages
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    Theology
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Christian Ethics and Social Policy. John C. Bennett - 1946 - New York: C. Scribner's Sons. Social Ethics or "Political Theology"? Franz H. Mueller - 1971 - Thought: Fordham University Quarterly 46 (1):5-28. Kampen, NL, Kok Pharos, 1992.

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The Radical Imperative: From Theology to Social Ethics.

John Coleman Bennett donated his papers to The Burke Library at Union. Christians and the State, New York, Scribner Christianity and Communism Today, New York, Association Press. Theological Seminary following his retirement in 1970 and in additional later. Examples from a list of John Bennett’s many published books: Christian Ethics and Social Policy, New York: Scribners, 1950, c1946. Christians and the State, New York, Scribner Christianity and Communism Today, New York, Association Press Foreign Policy in Christian Perspective, New York, Scribner Nuclear Weapons and the Conflict of Conscience, New York, Scribner c1962 Radical Imperative: from Theology to Social Ethics, Philadelphia: Westminster Press,.

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Included among those Christian Ethicists who have engaged the topic of religion and international relations are the following: John Bennett, The Radical Imperative: From Theology to Social Ethics (Philadelphia: Westminster Press, 1975);Google Scholar. Alan F. Geyer, Ideology in America: Challenges to Faith (Louisville, KY: Westminster John Knox, 1997);Google Scholar. Bryan J. Hehir, Religion and International Affairs: Faith Can No Longer be Relegated to a Private Sphere in a World where State Sovereignty is Limited, Nieman Reports 47 (1993): 39–41;Google Scholar.

In this first systematic treatment of John Howard Yoder's extensive writings, Craig Carter argues that Yoder's radical social . A brilliant, probing analysis of one of the most important Christian theologians of the twentieth century.

In this first systematic treatment of John Howard Yoder's extensive writings, Craig Carter argues that Yoder's radical social ethic, centered on pacifism, is derived from a classically orthodox Christianity. The Politics of the Cross has set the standard for excellence for what a theological assessment of Yoder's body of work should b. -Dr. Michael G. Cartwright, University of Indianapolis.

Bennett, former president of New York's Union Theological, continues his protest against the drift to. .He points to some theological sources for his unstinting commitment to social equality and the needs of the oppressed.

Bennett, former president of New York's Union Theological, continues his protest against the drift to privatistic piety and the churches' cozy relations with the political status quo. He points to some theological sources for his unstinting commitment to social equality and the needs of the oppressed

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