Nicholas Wolterstorff offers thoughts on love, justice and suffering and the relationships between them
James K.A. Smith interview with Joan Lockwood O’Donovan in which she explains that the church’s public proclamation reminds society of the law—and grace—that transcends the state
James K.A. Smith interviews Joan Lockwood O’Donovan with a focus on the rule of law
George Hunsinger interviewed by Princeton Theological Review’s W. Travis McMaken
David Horrell talks to the AHRC about, among other things, the Bible’s role in helping to underpin our cultural assumptions about the environment and our place within it.
How does Ethics as Theology tie into your previous work on the subject of Christian ethics?
What makes your work in these volumes a unique contribution to the field of ethics?
Using ten words (or fewer) per book, can you describe each of the three volumes in the series?
What’s the best advice you can give to aspiring theologians?
What are you reading right now for work, and what are you reading right now that has absolutely nothing to do with your work?
A wide-ranging discussion with Richard Hays about his work