James Gustafson (b.1925), an ordained minister in the United Church of Christ, is a leading Protestant ethicist who gained his PhD from Yale (1955) and taught there (1955-72), at the University of Chicago (1972-88) and at Emory University (1988-98).
Theology & Moral Concepts
Scientific Dreamers & Religious Speculation, Christian Century, Mar 1993
Is There A Christian Ethics? in Personalist Ethics & Human Subjectivity (ed. George F. McLean).
Christian Attitudes Towards A Technology Society, Theology Today, July 1959.
Patterns of Christian Social Action, Theology Today, July 1961.
Summary of Gustafson on Abortion ('A Protestant Ethical Approach')
Review of Religion & Culture: Essays in Honour of Paul Tillich, Theology Today, Oct 1959.
Review of Bonhoeffer, The Communion of Saints, Theology Today, Jan 1965.
Review of Charles West, The Power To Be Human, Theology Today, Jan 1972.
Review of two books on rapid social change, Theology Today, July 1962.
Review of Rawls, A Theory of Justice, Theology Today, Oct 1973.
Review of Lehmann, The Politics of Transfiguration, Theology Today, July 1975.
Profiles and Reviews of Gustafson's Books
Review of Christ & The Moral Life by Joseph Sittler, Theology Today, Oct 1969
Review of Moral Educationby Paul F. Camernisch, Theology Today, July 1971.
Review of Can Ethics Be Christian? by Paul Deats, Theology Today, Jan 1976.
Review of Protestant & RC Ethics, by Margaret A. Farley, Theology Today, July 1979
Review of Ethics From A Theocentric Perspective: Theology & Ethicsby Lisa Sowle Cahill, Theology Today, July 1982.
Theology & Piety, Word & World, 1983 [PDF]
Review by Russell Reno of James M. Gustafson's Theocentric Ethics: Interpretations & Assessments, Theology Today, Oct 1989
Other Web Resources
Topic: Gustafson, James
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