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Moral Leadership in a Postmodern Age

by Robin Gill

Moral Leadership in a Postmodern Age Synopsis

Robin Gill examines the issues that connect faith and moral leadership in an increasingly fragmented and relativistic world.

Moral Leadership in a Postmodern Age Press Reviews

I began thinking that this book was sensible and dull, and ended by admiring Gill's courage and persistence in marking out and sticking to a place for Christian ethics in the significant public debates of our time. Here we have a vision, not always a popular vision today among Christian theologians and writers, of the contribution of Christian ethical thinking to public debate - a contribution distinctive but not exclusive, which witnesses to Christian values and truth without absolutising, bullying or pretending to a monopoly on goodness. Zoe Bennett Moore, Wescott House, Cambridge, Anvil This book's great merit is its challenge to all Christian leaders to really understand the times we are living in and seek to make a distinctive Christian response which will commend itself to those who do not share our presuppositions or convictions. David J. B. Anderson, University of Glasgow, Scottish Bulletin of Evangelical Theology

Book Information

ISBN: 9780567085504
Publication date: 1st February 1997
Author: Robin Gill
Publisher: T.& T.Clark Ltd an imprint of Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
Format: Paperback
Pagination: 184 pages
Categories: Philosophy of religion, Christian theology, Cultural studies,

About Robin Gill

Robin Gill is the Michael Ramsay Professor of Modern Theology at the University of Kent, UK.

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