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Hauerwas, Stanley 1940-

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Works: 379 works in 1,192 publications in 6 languages and 41,503 library holdings
Genres: Biography  Autobiographies  History  Biographies  Controversial literature 
Roles: Author, Editor, Other, Author of introduction, win, Creator, wpr, Honoree
Classifications: BJ1251, 241
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Naming the silences : God, medicine, and the problem of suffering by Stanley Hauerwas( )

20 editions published between 1990 and 2004 in English and held by 1,710 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Drawing heavily on stories of ill and dying children to illustrate and clarify his discussion of theological issues, Stanley Hauerwas explores why we seek explanations for suffering and evil so desperately in today's world. Modern medicine, he declares, has too often become a noisy way to hide the gaping silences created by the painful experience of childhood illness and death. Alternatively, he shows us a God who "can give a voice to that pain in a manner that at least gives us a way to go on."--Publisher's description
The Blackwell companion to Christian ethics by Samuel Wells( )

53 editions published between 2004 and 2013 in English and Undetermined and held by 1,685 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"Featuring updates, revisions, and new essays from various scholars within the Christian tradition, The Blackwell Companion to Christian Ethics, Second Edition reveals how Christian worship is the force that shapes the moral life of Christians. Features new essays on class, race, disability, gender, peace, and the virtues Includes a number of revised essays and a range of new authors The innovative and influential approach organizes ethical themes around the shape of Christian worship The original edition is the most successful to-date in the Companions to Religion series "--
A community of character : toward a constructive Christian social ethic by Stanley Hauerwas( Book )

28 editions published between 1981 and 2013 in English and held by 1,325 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"Recognized as a leading theological ethicist, Stanley Hauerwas applies his theory of the narrative formation of Christian character to the field of social ethics. He advances his ideas by showing why any consideration cannot be divorced from the kind of community the church is and should be. He also challenges the dominant assumption of contemporary Christian social ethics that there is a special relation between Christianity and some form of liberal democratic social system."--Publisher's description
Christians among the virtues : theological conversations with ancient and modern ethics by Stanley Hauerwas( Book )

10 editions published between 1997 and 2009 in English and held by 1,300 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Against the nations : war and survival in a liberal society by Stanley Hauerwas( Book )

17 editions published between 1985 and 1992 in English and held by 1,158 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Character and the Christian life : a study in theological ethics by Stanley Hauerwas( Book )

34 editions published between 1975 and 2017 in English and held by 1,055 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

In this volume Stanley Hauerwas assesses interest in the "ethics of character" and suggests areas in his own work that now call for some corrective and/or further work
The peaceable kingdom : a primer in Christian ethics by Stanley Hauerwas( Book )

30 editions published between 1983 and 2011 in English and held by 1,024 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Examines Christian ethics in a fragmented and violent world. Considers historical perspectives and the task of ethics. Focuses on the peaceable kingdom, the servant community, and the spirituality of peaceableness
Killing from the inside out : moral injury and just war by Robert E Meagher( )

4 editions published in 2014 in English and held by 1,021 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Armies know all about killing. It is what they do, and ours does it more effectively than most. We are painfully coming to realize, however, that we are also especially good at killing our own ''from the inside out, '' silently, invisibly. In every major war since Korea, more of our veterans have taken their lives than have lost them in combat. The latest research, rooted in veteran testimony, reveals that the most severe and intractable PTSD -- fraught with shame, despair, and suicide -- stems from ''moral injury.'' But how can there be rampant moral injury in what our military, our government, our churches, and most everyone else call just wars? At the root of our incomprehension lies just war theory -- developed, expanded, and updated across the centuries to accommodate the evolution of warfare, its weaponry, its scale, and its victims. Any serious critique of war, as well any true attempt to understand the profound, invisible wounds it inflicts, will be undermined from the outset by the unthinking and all-but-universal acceptance of just war doctrine. Killing from the Inside Out radically questions that theory, examines its legacy, and challenges us to look beyond it, beyond just war.--
The Hauerwas reader by Stanley Hauerwas( Book )

9 editions published between 2001 and 2005 in English and held by 971 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Hauerwas ... is one of the most influential Christian theologians in academe today. ... Since taking up his current line of work, Mr. Hauerwas has published hundreds of scholarly papers about ethics, narrative, and the postmodern condition. A sturdy wall of them has been mortared together in ... The Hauerwas Reader. ... The Reader offers an overview of his development over three decades of theological conversation
A greater freedom : biotechnology, love, and human destiny : in dialogue with Hans Jonas and Jürgen Habermas by Stephan Kampowski( )

7 editions published between 2013 and 2014 in English and held by 926 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

How does biotechnology touch on human destiny? What are its promises and challenges? In search for an answer, this book turns to the thought of Hans Jonas, one of the pioneers and founding fathers of bioethics. The continued relevance of his ideas is exemplified by the way Jürgen Habermas applies them to the current debate. The chief promise of biotechnology is to increase our freedom by overcoming the limits of the human condition. The main risk of biotechnology, as both Jonas and Habermas see it, is to diminish or outright abolish our capacity for responsibility and morality. It is argued that the greater freedom is not simply freedom from constraints but freedom for our destiny: the freedom to be the benevolent, responsible, and spontaneous authors of our lives, capable of communion and love. The touchstone for evaluating any biotechnological procedure has to be this greater freedom. --
Truthfulness and tragedy : further investigations in Christian ethics by Stanley Hauerwas( Book )

14 editions published between 1977 and 1985 in English and held by 769 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Suffering presence : theological reflections on medicine, the mentally handicapped, and the church by Stanley Hauerwas( Book )

17 editions published between 1986 and 2003 in English and held by 742 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This work examines contemporary views on medical ethics, such as preventing death, defining family relations, and reproductive and disabled issues
Resident aliens : life in the Christian colony by Stanley Hauerwas( Book )

19 editions published between 1989 and 2016 in 6 languages and held by 738 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

In this bold and visionary book, two leading Christian thinkers explore the "alien" status of Christians in today's world and offer a compelling new vision of how the Christian church can regain its vitality, battle its malaise, reclaim its capacity to nourish souls, and stand firmly against the illusions, pretensions, and eroding values of today's world. Hauerwas and Willimon call for a radical new understanding of the church. By renouncing the emphasis on personal psychological categories, they offer a vision of the church as a colony, a holy nation, a people, a family standing for sharply focused values in a devalued world. -- Amazon.com
In good company : the Church as polis by Stanley Hauerwas( Book )

16 editions published between 1995 and 2010 in English and held by 718 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

With this collection of essays, celebrated theologian Stanley Hauerwas attempts to foment a modest revolution by forcing Christians to take themselves more seriously as Christians and to recognize the unifying beliefs and practices characteristic of their faith - a faith that makes them a political entity apart from the re of the world. By exposing a different account of politics - the church polis and "counter-story" to the world's politics - Hauerwas helps Christians see that in fact, God has given them the means to escape the destructive practices of the world by placing them "in good company" with one another, Catholic and Protestant alike
Vision and virtue : essays in Christian ethical reflection by Stanley Hauerwas( Book )

22 editions published between 1974 and 1986 in English and held by 711 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Revisions, changing perspectives in moral philosophy( Book )

14 editions published between 1983 and 2001 in English and Undetermined and held by 704 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Dispatches from the front : theological engagements with the secular by Stanley Hauerwas( Book )

12 editions published between 1944 and 1995 in English and held by 645 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

God knows it is hard to make God boring, Stanley Hauerwas writes, but American Christians, aided and abetted by theologians, have accomplished that feat. Whatever might be said about Hauerwas--and there is plenty--no one has ever accused him of being boring, and in this book he delivers another jolt to all those who think that Christian theology is a matter of indifference to our secular society. At once Christian theology and social criticism, this book aims to show that the two cannot be separated. In this spirit, Hauerwas mounts a forceful attack on current sentimentalities about the significance of democracy, the importance of the family, and compassion, which appears here as a literally fatal virtue. In this time of the decline of religious knowledge, when knowing a little about a religion tends to do more harm than good, Hauerwas offers direction to those who would make Christian discourse both useful and truthful. Animated by a deep commitment, his essays exhibit the difference that Christian theology can make in the shaping of lives and the world
Christianity, democracy, and the radical ordinary : conversations between a radical Democrat and a Christian by Stanley Hauerwas( )

11 editions published between 2008 and 2014 in English and held by 623 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"Hauerwas and Coles call us to a revolutionary politics of "wild patience" that seeks transformation through attentive listening, relationship-building, and careful tending to places, common goods, and diverse possibilities for flourishing. Both authors translate back and forth across--as well as dwell in the tensions between--the languages of radical democracy and of trial, cross, and resurrection. Through varied genres--from essays, to letters, from co-writing to dialogue--Hauerwas and Coles enact a politics evangelical in its radical receptivity across strange differences, and which cultivating power in relation to vulnerability."--Back cover
Living gently in a violent world : the prophetic witness of weakness by Stanley Hauerwas( Book )

13 editions published between 2008 and 2018 in English and held by 622 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Theologian Stanley Hauerwas collaborates with Jean Vanier, founder of the worldwide L'Arche communities. They carefully explore the contours of a countercultural community that embodies a different way of being and witnesses to a new order--one marked by radical forms of gentleness, peacemaking and faithfulness. --from publisher description
With the grain of the universe : the church's witness and natural theology : being the Gifford Lectures delivered at the University of St. Andrews in 2001 by Stanley Hauerwas( Book )

22 editions published between 2001 and 2013 in English and held by 596 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

These lectures explore how natural theology, divorced from a confessional doctrine of God, inevitably distorts our understanding of God's character and the world in which we live. Hauerwas criticizes those who use natural theology to defend theism as the philosophical prerequisite to confessional claims. Instead, after Karl Barth, he argues that natural theology should witness to "the non-Godforsakeness of the world, even under the conditions of sin."
 
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The Blackwell companion to Christian ethics
Alternative Names
Hauerwas, Stanley.

Hauerwas, Stanley M.

Hauerwas Stanley M. 1940-....

Hauerwas, Stanley M (Stanley Martin) 1940-

Rowe, Gibert T. 1940-

Stanley Hauerwas Amerikaans ethicus

Stanley Hauerwas methodistischer Theologe und Pazifist

Stanley Hauerwas teologo statunitense

스탠리 하우어워스

하우어워스, 스탠리 1940-

하우어워스, 스탠리 M. 1940-

ハワーワス, S

ハワーワス, S. M

ハワーワス, スタンリー

斯坦利·豪爾瓦斯

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The Blackwell companion to Christian ethicsA community of character : toward a constructive Christian social ethicChristians among the virtues : theological conversations with ancient and modern ethicsThe peaceable kingdom : a primer in Christian ethicsThe Hauerwas readerTruthfulness and tragedy : further investigations in Christian ethicsSuffering presence : theological reflections on medicine, the mentally handicapped, and the churchResident aliens : life in the Christian colony