The Koinonia Ethics of Paul Lehmann

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William B. Eerdmans, Grand Rapids, Michigan, 1992.  ISBN 0-8028-0494-2.  Trade soft cover, 188 pages including Index.  Very good; light edge and cover wear, faint corner bends; tight binding.  Interior clean and unmarked; pages lightly tanned.  ‘This singular study of the theological ethics of Paul Lehmann examines and evaluates Lehmann’s claim that Christian ethics can be defined only from the perspective of the activity of God.  Nancy J. Duff delineates three primary concepts used by Lehmann – humanization, the politics of God, and the Christian koinonia – explicates Lehmann’s “contextual” theological-ethical method, and develops the importance of narrative, apocalyptic, and parabolic action in Lehmann’s thought. … illumines the complexities of an influential North American Christian ethicist.  Duff carefully articulates the theological dimensions of Lehmann’s ethics, and her analysis of Lehmann’s thought in relation to contemporary debates on various topics – narrative, pluralism, public theology, black theology, violence, situation ethics -…’ (from rear wrap)

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