AbstractThe review surveys the four parts of Moltmann's book. It concludes that the book leaves the reader in no doubt that an ethics of hope that attends to the significance of Moltmann’s eschatological and ecological insights would be a very valuable contribution to theological ethics, but in no less doubt that, in order to do justice to this task, more needs saying with more deliberative care than has been possible here. Moltmann’s clear continuing passion for Christian engagement with God’s transforming of a world in which so many of God’s creatures stand in need of release from injustice and oppression should be ample inspi- ration for such an endeavour.
CitationClough, D. L. (2015). ‘Book Review: Jürgen Moltmann, Ethics of Hope’. Studies in Christian Ethics, 28(2), 243-45.
JournalStudies in Christian Ethics
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