Saturday, January 13, 2007

Journal of Lutheran Ethics

Dear JLE Readers:

The January issue of "Journal of Lutheran Ethics" (, with a theme of Economic Ethics in Everyday Life, is now online.

Mark Allen Powell provides an essay dealing with the biblical underpinnings of stewardship. Shannon Jung discusses the virtue of sharing, and Clint Schnekloth invites us to consider what we don’t eat as a witness to our economic values. James Nash considers the virtue of frugality in relation to concerns for the environment and our culture of consumption. And William Diehl provides an account of the "Forum for Ethics in the Workplace" as a model for discussion of practical ethical issues in the workplace.

Visit us online today at for a thought-provoking issue on Economic Issues in Everyday Life.

Dr. Edward D. Schneider

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