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Faithfulness and Fortitude: Conversations with the Theological Ethics of Stanley Hauerwas

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This book marks the first detailed engagement with the work of Stanley Hauerwas in a British context.An important group of theologians including Colin Gunton, Duncan Forrester, Gerard Loughlin, Ann Loades, Enda McDonagh, Nigel Biggar, Linda Woodhead, John Milbank and Stephen Sykes considers issues prominent in Hauerwas' work such as war and pacifism, urban deprivation, men ...more
Paperback, 344 pages
Published February 13th 2001 by Bloomsbury T&T Clark (first published December 15th 2000)
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Samuel Wells (PhD, University of Durham) is vicar of St. Martin-in-the-Fields Anglican Church at Trafalgar Square in London. He previously served as dean of the chapel and research professor of Christian ethics at Duke University. Wells is the author of several books, including Be Not Afraid, Improvisation: The Drama of Christian Ethics, and Transforming Fate into Destiny: The Theological Ethics o ...more
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