In this original interpretation and critique of Paul Ramsey’s ethical thought, D. Stephen Long traces the development of one of the mid-twentieth century’s most important and controversial religious social thinkers. Long examines Ramsey’s early liberal idealism as well as later influences on his work, including the just war doctrine, Reinhold Niebu
Table of Contents
Introduction -- Theological Idealism -- Theological Realism -- Protestant Casuist -- Tragedy, Tradition, Transformism -- Appendix
"D. Stephen Long is Director of Continuing Education at the Duke Divinity School, Duke University. "