Improvisation Paperback

The Drama of Christian Ethics

by Samuel Wells;


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Improvisation

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Christian ethics presented as an act of improvisation on the Bible Sam Wells sees Christian Ethics as a matter of 'faithfully improvising on the Christian tradition'. The Bible is not so much a script to rehearse, as it is a 'training school' that shapes the habits and practices of a community in action. The goal of Christian ethics is to teach Christians to 'embody their faith in the practices of discipleship at all times'. Drawing on scriptural narratives and church history, he details six practices that characterise both improvisation and Christian ethics, including categories such as 'forming habits', 'questioning givens' and 'reincorporating the lost'. He concludes with specific examples of ethical issues, such as facing evil and the perils and promises of genetically modified food. Well's fresh and imaginative discussion reinforces the goal of Christian ethics - not to 'help someone act Christianly in a crisis' but to teach Christians to 'embody their faith in the practices of discipleship all the time'.

Improvisation by Samuel Wells was published by SPCK in November 2004 and is our 26846th best seller. The ISBN for Improvisation is 9780281057207.

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Page last updated 3rd December 2016
Author / Artist
Book Formatpaperback
PublisherSPCK (November 2004)
Weight400g
Number of Pages240
Thickness20 mm
Height234 mm
Width156 mm
ISBN9780281057207
ISBN-100281057206
Product Code99580
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