Publisher: University of Notre Dame
Incarnate Love is a major contribution to both Orthodox ethics and to Christian self-understanding. Completely revised with a new preface and two additional chapters, this work aims to articulate a social ethic that can make sense of the Orthodox experience in the United States, as well as challenge the Orthodox tradition to formulate a new strategy for church and societal interaction. Vigen Guroian is professor of theology and ethics at Loyola College in Maryland.
It is a great delight to encounter a fresh voice in the field of Christian ethics, especially when that voice speaks for a very rich strand within the Christian tradition and one which is seldom heard in contemporary discussion of ethical questions...The dialogue among Christian ethicists is greatly enriched by the active participation of such a well-informed, perceptive, and challenging voice from the Orthodox tradition. -Heythrop Journal
This is a good book...it deserves careful and attentive reading as a well-informed, competent, and well-articulated piece of theological writing. -Greek Orthodox Theological Review
...Here is a striking breakthrough into the field of ethics by a scholar of the Armenian Orthodox Church in America. In this collection of well-crafted, provocative essays, Guroian interacts creatively with such contemporary ethicists as R. J. Neuhaus, J. C. Murray, S. Hauerwas, J. H. Yoder, and S. Harakas. -Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society
...Insightful and provocative...these essays provide rich food for thought. This is a welcome volume-devoted to thinking about ethics within a theological context, but concerned with large social questions...one of the very few accessible works in Orthodox ethics. -Religious Studies Review
[Guroian's] book breaks new ground by confronting in a radical but constructive manner the teaching of Eastern Christianity with the ethical thought of the Western church. -Theological Book Review
Not for many years have I read a more invigorating book. -Paul Ramsey