A splendid, deeply researched work. -- Gerard Sloyan, Professor Emeritus of Religion at Temple University and Visiting Professor of Religion at the Catholic University of America
<br /><br />It does all that it should do: It is attentive to church doctrine but finally is ecumenical in its approach. -- Roger Haight, S.J., Weston School of Theology
<br /><br />This is a good and clearly written, accessible volume, sweeping in its coverage of the subject. -- Larry Rasmussen, Reinhold Niebuhr Professor of Social Ethics, Union Theological Seminary
<br /><br />This teaching tool, shows why insights of the tradition are still relevant to today's problems. --Lisa Sowle Cahill, Monan Professor of Theology, Boston College
About the Author
Tatha Wiley holds a doctorate in systematic theology from Boston College. She has taught at St. John's University (Minnesota) and St. Olaf College, and currently teaches at Metropolitan State University and United Theological Seminary of the Twin Cities.