This series encourages the theological exploration of Christianity's commitment to action, the relationship between ecclesiology and ethics, and between doctrine and practice. The discussion of the Christian acceptance or rejection of scientific innovation is welcomed, as is the examination of the emerging issues of the twenty-first century, such as genetic screening, gene therapy, insurance and genetics, genetic stigmatisation, cloning, health care and rationing, the reformulation of the just war arguments, and non-lethal weapons. Studies may focus on the reapplication of the Christian tradition to new issues, or may address the contemporary discussion of historical theology but should not be primarily contributions to it.
A Theological Ethic of Contemporary ConflictVolume 4Monographs X, 212 Pages
Volume 3Monographs 258 Pages
A Challenge to Christian Faith in Igbo/African Christian Families- (An Anthropological and Theological Study)Volume 2Monographs XXI, 235 Pages