Questions about life and morality - Christian ethics in South Africa today
- Kretzschmar L, Hulley L
- ISBN: 9780627023583
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- 276 Pages | Published: 1998
Many people in South Africa are concerned with ethical matters - both as an academic pursuit and by religious conviction. The topics discussed in this publication are of the utmost importance to South Africans as they search for a new identity in a so-called secular community. A reader for academics and lay-people alike, this study empowers one to make up ones own mind with regard to ethical issues and related Biblical guidelines.
Ethics in South Africa today
PART 1 - WHAT IS ETHICS?
Chapter 1. Morality and life
Chapter 2. What about the Bible and ethics?
Chapter 3. Ethics in an African context
PART 2 - ETHICAL, SEXUAL AND MEDICAL QUESTIONS
Chapter 4. Human sexuality and ethics
Chapter 5. To marry or not to marry: that is the question
Chapter 6. Contraception and abortion
Chapter 7. Some key issues in medical ethics
PART 3 - SOCIAL PROBLEMS WE FACE IN SOCIETY
Chapter 8. What is social ethics?
Chapter 9. Aluta continua - toward an ethic for socio-political transformation
Chapter 10. Racism in the post-apartheid South Africa
Chapter 11. Gender, women and ethics
Chapter 12. The burden of moral guilt: its theological and political implications
PART 4 - ETHICAL ISSUES IN ECOLOGY, DEVELOPMENT AND BUSINESS
Chapter 13. The Gold Fields Faith and Earthkeeping Project: A theological and ethical discussion
Chapter 14. The ethics of sustainable development
Chapter 15. The ethics of reconstruction
Chapter 16. Business ethics
PART 5 - WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE?
Chapter 17. Challenges for moral systems
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