Preface Part 1: Deconstructing Ethics 1. Moving Beyond Eurocentric Ethics 2. Moving Beyond Eurocentric Religious Perspectives Part 2: Reconstructing Ethics 3. Where We Have Been 4. Where We Are Going Notes Works Cited Index
Miguel A. De La Torre is Professor of Social Ethics at Iliff School of Theology. His previous books include The Hope for Liberation in World Religions and Doing Christian Ethics from the Margins . He lives in the great Denver, Colorado area.
An unprecedented interpretation of Fell as a theological thinker. Sally Bruyneel highlights both Fell's departures from Protestant and Reformed theology. --Thomas D. Hamm, Professor and Archivist, Earlham College Academics unfamiliar with some of the concepts and methodologies of Latina/o theologians will find this short introduction a useful starting point. This provocative book would also be a welcome addition to the classroom, either in part or in its entirety. -- Kevin N. York-Simmons, Georgia Gwinnett College -- Journal of the Society of Christian Ethics