May a Christian Go to Court?
Subtitle
and other Essays on Persecution vs. Religious Freedom
Subject
Christian Ethics
Description
Is Involvement in the Fight Against the Persecution of Christians Solely for the Benefit of Christians? – “But with gentleness and respect”: Why missions should be ruled by ethics – Persecution – May a Christian Go to Court? – Putting Rumors to Rest – Human Rights and Christian Faith – There Has to Be a Social Ethic
Content
I. Is Involvement in the Fight Against the Persecution of Christians Solely for the Benefit of Christians? Why Involvement in the Cause of Religious Freedom Should be a Central Political Issue for Everybody
II. “But with gentleness and respect”: Why missions should be ruled by ethics – An Evangelical Perspective on a Code of Ethics for Christian Witness
III. Persecution
IV. May a Christian Go to Court?
V. Putting Rumors to Rest
VI. Human Rights and Christian Faith
VII. There Has to Be a Social Ethic
VIII. Two ‘Bonn Profiles’
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Posted : 2012-04-15 01:29:55 GMT
Author/Authors : Thomas Schirrmacher
Publishers : Verlag für Kultur und Wissenschaft
ISBN Number : 978-3-938116-63-0

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Publication Date : 2008