This Book entitled ‘Christian Ethics and New Horizons’ deals with different ethical issues related to methodological issues in christian ethics, historiography and subaltern questions, dalit epistemology, pandemic, gender, ecology and identities. A variety of contextual matters are taken into consideration in this book, which may enable us to reflect and to act responsibly in the crisis situation.
1. Methodological Issues in Christian Ethics
2. A christian Ethical Response to the Struggles of the People in the Pandemic Times
3. Subaltern Historiography and its Implications for Re-Conceiving Christianity and Theology
4. Victimization of Women, a Global Gender Crisis
5. An Ethical Reflection on the Restoration of the Eco-system
6. Ethical Response to the Various Identities and the Global Crises
7. Exploring the Caste Realities, Caste Epistemology and Dalit Epistemology
Rev. Dr. M. Stephen hailing from Kottayam (Kerala, India) is a writer, orator and author. He has authored around 35 books in Malayalam and English. He received his B.A and M.A (in English Literature) from Kerala University; B.D (UBS, Pune) and M.Th (UTC, Bengaluru) from Serampore University (West Bengal); and Doctorate from Dharmaram Vidyakshetram: Pontifical Athenaeum of Philosophy and Theology, Bengaluru. He is a theological teacher and teaches theology and ethics at Faith Theological Seminary, Manakala, Adoor, Kerala.