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A proposal for how Christians and non Christians should relate to each other in the light of Alasdair MacIntyre, Germain Grisez and Oliver O’Donovan’s work (Bretherton, 2001)

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Bowing Before Christ – Nodding to the State? Reading Paul Politically with Oliver O’Donovan and John Howard Yoder (Dorothea H. Bertschmann, 2012)

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The Transformation of Persons and the Concept of Moral Order: A Study of the Evangelical Ethics of Oliver O’Donovan with special reference to the Barth-Brunner Debate (Baker, 2010)

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Meet One of the Finest Theologians of the Last 50 Years: Oliver O’Donovan (Arbo, 2017)

What accounts for his distinctiveness? O’Donovan is a churchly theologian. He poses the right questions, always begins with Scripture, converses knowledgably across theological traditions, and offers encouragement and instruction for living with God in the world.

Profile of Oliver O’Donovan by Brent Waters

Oliver O’Donovan has made substantial contributions to the field of Christian moral theology. His work, however, is not confined to the academy; indeed, it informs the church’s mission and ministry. This brief essay cannot do justice to either the breadth or depth of his work, but some of the more significant strands can be sketched by focusing on three themes: (1) nature and social ordering, (2) eschatology and moral ordering, and (3) the church and …