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Author(s): Samuel Wells
"This is one of the most relevant, stimulating and lucid books on Christian ethics to appear for some time...it is in many places profound and original, and it deserves to be widely read and discussed". Duncan B Forrester, University of Edinburgh "Improvisation indeed. Bold, creative, and yet showing a deep mastery of his craft, Samuel Wells charts a fresh course for Christian theological ethics that is at once artful, contemporary, and faithful, both to the Bible and to the best of Christian ethical reflection." Michael Hanby, Baylor University. "This extraordinarily sophisticated book can be read for profit by those well schooled in the literature of theology...this book will satisfy those who hunger and thirst for an account of what it means to live as a Christian in our day." Stanley Hauerwas, Duke Divinity School."
Samuel Wells (PhD University of Durham) is a Church of England priest in Cambridge. He is author of 'Transforming Fate into Destiny: The Theological Ethics of Stanley Hauerwas' and has co-edited with Hauerwas 'The Blackwell Companion to Christian Ethics'.