Rights are good, argues theological ethicist Nigel Biggar, but they are not the only good things.
Amid a chaotic political situation in the DRC, churches are fighting for human rights.
In a globalized world, Michael Ignatieff argues, grand moral values have failed. What's left is virtue.
People are being persecuted by anti-witchcraft vigilantes. The church can help.
In America, we cherish the inalienable right to have things our way.
Fran Quigley offers a richly informed study of what ails Haiti and what a few dedicated activist lawyers are doing about it.
The essays in this volume provide an accessible and comprehensive introduction to Max Stackhouse's thought, and they raise provocative questions about how we are constructing public theology today.