Clergy Ethics in a Changing Society: Mapping the Terrain

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James P. Wind
Westminster John Knox Press, 1991 M01 1 - 303 páginas

Drawing upon the experiences and insights of a diverse group of notable contributors, this volume is perhaps the most complete study available on clergy ethics. The topics discussed include the separation of church and state, clergy professionalization, ethical pastoral care, and many more.

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Acknowledgments
9
The Ministers
23
Ethics and the Professional Ethics Model appeared under
35
Forgotten Traditions in the Clergys
37
Images that Shape the Public Obligations
54
Liberating Ministry Rebecca S Chopp
84
Clergy Ethics in Modern Fiction James P Wind
99
Clergy Ethics and the Professional
114
in a Commercial Civilization Dennis P McCann
156
Pastoral Care and Clergy Ethics J Russell Burck
178
temporary Jewish Experience originally appeared in Tikkun
189
Family Ethics and the Ethics
198
A Sociology of Ministerial Preparation
231
An Ethics for the Interpretation of
251
The Black Experience
273
Epilogue
295

Ethos Incarnation and Responsibility
134
berger and Dennis McCann presented at the January 1988
146

Términos y frases comunes

Acerca del autor (1991)

James P. Wind is President of the Alban Institute. He is the author of two books and several articles about the role of religion in America and the value of congregations.

Russell Burck is Associate Professor of Religion and Health and Director of the Program in Ethics and Ethics Consultation Service at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago, Illinois.

Paul F. Camenisch is Professor Emeritus of Religious Studies at DePaul University in Chicago, Illinois.

Dennis P. McCann is Wallace M. Alston Professor of Bible and Religion at Agnes Scott College in Decatur, Georgia.

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