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etext Classic Texts in Ethics
Maintained by Lawrence Hinman. A set of links to works by: Plato, Aristotle, Epictetus, Marcus Aurelius, Augustine, Aquinas, Montaigne, Hobbes, Spinoza, Locke, Hume, Mill, Wollstonecraft, and Kant, along with links to other e-text collections.
•  Philosophy and religion
•  Religious ethics
•  Social ethics
•  Online Text Collection
ejournal "Liberation Theology and Social Justice"
An article by Matthew Lamb in Process Studies, 1985.
•  Social ethics
•  Online Article or Essay
ejournal Sojourners Online
"Our mission is to articulate the biblical call to social justice, inspiring hope and building a movement to transform individuals, communities, the church, and the world." A Christian periodical addressing social and political issues.
•  Religion and politics
•  Social ethics
•  War and peace -- Religious aspects
•  Online Magazine/Newsletter
web Catholic - Labor Network
"The Catholic-Labor Network hopes to be a place for those Catholics, lay, religious and clergy, who are active in their churches and in unions to learn about their Church's teachings as regards to labor issues, pray for those who are working for economic justice and share information about events and struggles that may be taking place in their area."
•  Catholic Church
•  Social ethics
web Pax Christi USA
"Pax Christi USA strives to create a world that reflects the Peace of Christ by exploring, articulating, and witnessing to the call of Christian nonviolence. This work begins in personal life and extends to communities of reflection and action to transform structures of society. Pax Christi USA rejects war, preparations for war, and every form of violence and domination. It advocates primacy of conscience, economic and social justice, and respect for creation."
•  Catholic Church
•  Social ethics
•  War and peace -- Religious aspects
syllab "Humanitarian Crises and Refugees: Ethical, Political, and Religious Responses"
A 2010 course by David Hollenbach at Boston College.
•  Social ethics
ejournal "On Exile: Yoder, Said, and a Theology of Land and Return"
An essay by Alain Epp Weaver in CrossCurrents (2003).
•  Social ethics
•  Yoder, John Howard, 1927-1997
•  Online Article or Essay
syllab "Introduction to Christian Social Ethics"
A course by James Caccamo at Loyola College in Maryland.
•  Social ethics
syllab "Justice Matters"
A 2010 course by Nancy Nienhuis at Andover Newton Theological School.
•  Social ethics
syllab "Homelessness and Housing Vulnerability"
A course by Maria Davila at Andover Newton Theological School.
•  Social ethics
syllab "Justice & Peace Struggles: Faith Communities & People with Disabilities"
A 2004 course by Debbie Creamer at Iliff School of Theology.
•  Pastoral ministry
•  Social ethics
syllab "Being A Servant: Internal Reflection Leading to Actions of Community and Peace"
A 2005 course by Thomas Neuville at Millersville University.
•  Social ethics
ejournal Unbound: An Interactive Journal of Christian Social Justice
"Unbound is an online jour­nal and com­mu­nity that exam­ines, expresses, and pro­vokes social jus­tice as inspired by the prophetic gospel of Jesus Christ." Sponsored by the Presbyterian Church U.S.A..
•  Presbyterians
•  Social ethics
•  Online Magazine/Newsletter
syllab "Justice: Social, Legal, Economic"
A 2009 course by Sharon Tan at United Theological Seminary of the Twin Cities.
•  Social ethics
web Society of Catholic Social Scientists
"Through a collegiality of Catholic scholars, professors, researchers, practitioners, and writers, the SCSS brings rigorous, credible scholarship to political, social and economic questions. SCSS members approach their work in both a scholarly and evangelical spirit. They are expected to strictly observe the highest scholarly and professional requirements of their disciplines as they examine their data in light of Church teaching and the Natural Law. In this way, the Society seeks to obtain objective knowledge about the social order, provide solutions to vexing social problems, and further the cause of Christ."
•  Catholic Church
•  Religion and anthropology / sociology
•  Social ethics
•  Religion -- Professional societies
syllab "Faith, Justice and the Catholic Tradition"
A 2012 course by Shawn Madison Krahmer at Saint Joseph's University.

•  Catholic Church
•  Social ethics
syllab "Patterns and Practice of Christian Justice"
A 2011 course by Scott Williamson at Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary.

•  Social ethics
etext On All of Our Shoulders
"We write as Catholic theologians, academics and ministers concerned for our nation and for the integrity of the teachings of the Roman Catholic Church.  We write to hold up aspects of the Church's social doctrine that are profoundly relevant to the challenges our nation faces at this moment in history, yet are in danger of being ignored.  At a moment when the ideas of Atlas Shrugged influence public debate and policy, we write to proclaim the Catholic truth that the stewardship of common good rests upon all of our shoulders together." A statement critical of Paul Ryan.
•  Catholic Church
•  Social ethics
web Call to Action
"we belive that: The people of God are called to live lives rooted in the Gospel; The church is the people of God and the people of God are accountable to the Creator and each other; Faith communities have the responsibility to foster inclusivity and justice; Every individual has the right to act according to an informed conscience and the responsibility to promote the equality and dignity of all people."
•  Catholic Church
•  Social ethics
syllab "Christian Ethics" (Gibson)
A 2010 course by Diana Gibson at Santa Clara University.

•  Social ethics
syllab "Catholic Social Thought"
A 2010 course by Kristin Heyer at Santa Clara University.

•  Catholic Church
•  Social ethics
syllab "Workplace Theology"
A 2013 course by David Gill at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary.

•  Religion and economics
•  Social ethics
syllab "Pastoral and Social Ethics"
A 2013 course by John Frame at Reformed Theological Seminary (Orlando).

•  Social ethics
web In Paths of Righteousness
A collection of video lectures by Chet Wood on the social justice teachings of the Bible.

•  Bible
•  Social ethics
•  Religion -- Video resources
web Progressive Christians Uniting
"We are a growing Southern California network of individuals and congregations seeking to express and embody a version of Christianity that looks more like the religion of Jesus than the religion of empire, inspiring and equipping individuals and communities for courageous leadership in the 21st century."

•  Protestantism
•  Social ethics
web Political Theology Today
This site offers a blog relating to political theology, essays, and related resources.
•  Social ethics
•  Theology
•  War and peace -- Religious aspects
•  Religion -- Blogs
syllab "Social Ethics"
A 2013 course by Anna Peterson at the University of Florida.
•  Social ethics
syllab "Justice and the Social Order"
A 2005 course by James Cutsinger at the University of South Carolina.
•  Social ethics
syllab "Incarnation and Incarcerated Bodies"
A course by Mark Lewis Taylor at Princeton Theological Seminary.
•  Social ethics
ejournal Ethika Politika
"Ethika Politika is a publication of the Center for Morality in Public Life. Its purpose is to put the search for wisdom at the service of good practical decisions, and to engage contemporary ethical and cultural issues from an elevated yet common sense perspective."
•  Religion and politics
•  Social ethics
•  Online Magazine/Newsletter
syllab "Social Justice"
A 2014 course by Thomas Lynch at St. Augustine's Seminary.
•  Social ethics
syllab "Catholic Social Teaching" (Pfeil)
A 2013 course by Margaret Pfeil at the University of Notre Dame.
•  Catholic Church
•  Social ethics
syllab "Th. 318 Faith and Justice: The Gospel and Social Values"
A 2014 course by Stuart Squires at Brescia University
•  Social ethics
•  Catholic Church
•  Christianity -- Ethics
•  Religion -- Introductory courses
syllab "Intercordia"
A 2014 course taught by Reid B. Locklin at University of Toronto
•  Religion and economics
•  Social ethics
A Fall 2015 course by Adam J. Copeland at Luther Seminary
•  Social ethics
•  Missions
•  Theology, Practical
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