One of the most outstanding moral theologians of the twentieth century. Based for many years at Yale and later Chicago and Emory, he has drawn on the range and depth of his own Reformed tradition, whilst engaging with great zeal and thoroughness with Roman Catholic, and with Jewish ethical and legal, traditions. In teaching and writing about social ethics, he has engaged fully with all the social sciences, with relevant aspects history and culture and with both biological and medical research

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