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Christian ethics, like other theological disciplines, constantly rethinks its history in light of current problems. Hollenbach continues this effort with a focus on the tradition of Catholic moral theology. He sees Catholic social thought as the starting point for a social ethics that can be global and ecumenical without losing its Christian heritage or its relevance to American politics. His newest book continues to build the case for Christian political participation that he set out in The Common Good and Christian Ethics (Cambridge University Press, 2002).


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