Religion and public policy : human rights, conflict, and ethics / edited by Sumner B. Twiss, Marian Gh. Simion, Rodney L. Petersen
- David Little: a modern Calvinist architect of human rights / John Witte, Jr. -- On reformed Christianity and natural human rights / Gene Outka -- Roger Williams and freedom of conscience and religion as a natural right / Sumner B. Twiss -- Islam and human rights: the religious and the secular in conversation / Abdulaziz Sachedina -- On grounding human rights: variations on themes by Little / John P. Reeder, Jr. -- From human rights to animal rights? / Grace Yia-Hei Kao -- Nibbana, dhamma, and sinhala Buddhism: a David Little retrospective / Donald K. Swearer -- The present state of the comparative study of religious ethics: an update / John Kelsay -- Religion, ethics, and war: David Little and ecumenical ethics / J. Bryan Hehir -- War and the right to life: Orthodox Christian perspectives / Marian Gh. Simion -- Swords to ploughshares, theory to practice: an evolution of religious peacemaking at USIP / Susan Hayward -- Religion and multi-track diplomacy / Rodney L. Petersen -- Developing a human rights lens on religious peacemaking / Scott Appleby -- Toward a polycentric approach to conflict transformation / Atalia Omer -- Rethinking Islamic politics: bringing the state back in / Scott Hibbard -- Religion and politics: seeking a reconciliation / Natalie Sherman & David Gergen -- The core of public reason: freedom from arbitrary pain and death / Christian Rice.
- 9781107090361 (hbk.)
- "A festschrift in honor of David Little."
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
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