Oliver O'Donovan is widely regarded as one of the preeminent Protestant Christian ethicists of our time.
His teaching and scholarship have exerted a profound influence on countless moral theologians. This collection of essays honoring O'Donovan shows how the various contributors - themselves distinguished scholars - have developed their own thinking through serious engagement with O'Donovan's work.
More than simply assessing his work, this volume builds upon, expands, and even corrects a few lines of an agenda for Christian ethics that O'Donovan has been instrumental in building.
A probing essay by Oliver O'Donovan himself concludes the book. Contributors:Nigel Biggar, Brian Brock, Jonathan Chaplin, Eric Gregory, Shinji Kayama, Jean-Yves Lacoste, Joan O'Donovan, Oliver O'Donovan, Robert Song, Hans Ulrich, Bernd Wannenwetsch, Brent Waters, John Webster, Rowan Williams, John Witte Jr. and Holger Zaborowski