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Christians among the virtues

theological conversations with ancient and modern ethics

by Stanley Hauerwas

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Published by University of Notre Dame Press in Notre Dame, Ind .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Aristotle,
  • Ethics,
  • Christian ethics,
  • Virtues

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 179-217) and indexes.

    StatementStanley Hauerwas, Charles Pinches.
    ContributionsPinches, Charles Robert.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBJ1012 .H347 1997
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvii, 230 p. ;
    Number of Pages230
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL988270M
    ISBN 100268008175, 0268008191
    LC Control Number96026432

    The title of this article derives from Hauerwas and Pinches’ book Christians Among the V irtues who argue (, x) ‘that the virtues Christianly considered are in fundamental ways. Among the virtues of Nietzsche's ideal philosophers of the future, this will to go deeper than all superficialities (call it honesty or cruelty, as you prefer) is paramount. The knowledge that scholars try to look at with disinterest is precisely what interests Nietzsche.

    Being Good: Christian Virtues for Everyday Life, is about practicing what Christianity preaches. It’s a much needed resource for Christians who long for concrete, practical, and substantive guidance on how to live out their faith on a daily basis. This doesn’t mean the book is . Virtue, in Christianity, any of the seven virtues selected as being fundamental to Christian consist of the four “natural” virtues, those inculcated in the old pagan world that spring from the common endowment of humanity, and the three “theological” virtues, those specifically prescribed in Christianity and arising as special gifts from God.

    In Christian tradition. Ambrose (AD s–) was the first to use the expression “cardinal virtues.” “And we know that there are four cardinal virtues temperance, justice, prudence, fortitude.” (Commentary on Luke, V, 62) Augustine of Hippo, discussing the morals of the church, described them. For these four virtues (would that all felt their influence in their minds as they have.   HAUERWAS AMONG THE VIRTUES HAUERWAS AMONG THE VIRTUES Herdt, Jennifer A. GIVEN THE DEEP STAMP Stanley Hauerwas's thought has left on discussions of virtue within contemporary Christian ethics, it is tempting to think that Character and the Christian Life initiated something quite new within twentieth‐century Christian ethics.


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Q: The book is organized year by year, one letter at a time, the first on the occasion of his baptism in Octoberand then one each year, treating 14 different virtues, all culminating in a letter about character.

Tell us more about the first one, kindness. Each time, I wanted to make the virtues theologically intelligible. As well, some practicals are discussed (e.g., forgiveness, suffering, development of virtues in a community, specifically for Christians, in the community of faith, the Church).

I also found this to be a very logically and rationally written book (not surprisingly), and the flow of thought and arguments followed extremely fluidly.5/5. The final section of Christians Among the Virtues begins with an account of the hopeful virtues, beginning with Paul’s classic statement of justification by faith in Romans 5 and raising the question of how virtue relates to justification.

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