Christian Moral Theology in the Emerging Technoculture: From Posthuman Back to Human (Ashgate Science and Religion Series) Hardcover – 7 Jan 2014
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'Waters offers powerful insights into the way the concreteness of the Christian tradition and worship can orient us amidst the dynamism of technoculture by offering us experiences that sharpen our powers of moral discernment.' Marginalia Review of Books 'The author writes meticulously, with fervour. His pages on hope are among the most illuminating passages of this book.' Theological Book Review '...[A] rich and carefully argued study...' Theology
About the Author
Brent Waters is the Jerre and Mary Joy Professor of Christian Social Ethics, and Director of the Jerre L. and Mary Joy Stead Center for Ethics and Values at Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary, Evanston, Illinois. He is the author of The Family in Christian Social and Political Thought, From Human to Posthuman: Christian Theology and Technology in a Postmodern World, Reproductive Technology: Towards a Theology of Procreative Stewardship, Dying and Death: A Resource for Christian Reflection, and Pastoral Genetics: Theology and Care at the Beginning of Life (with co-author Ronald Cole-Turner), and editor of God and the Embryo: Religious Voices on Stem Cells and Cloning (with co-editor Ronald Cole-Turner). He has also written numerous articles and lectured extensively on the relationship among theology, ethics, and technology, and previously served as the Director of the Center for Business, Religion and Public Life, Pittsburgh Theological Seminary. He is a graduate of the University of Redlands (B.A.), School of Theology at Claremont (M.Div., D.Min.), and the University of Oxford (D.Phil).