CONSIDERING STANLEY HAUERWAS
Author: Pinches, Charles
Source: Journal of Religious Ethics, Volume 40, Number 2, 1 June 2012 , pp. 193-201(9)
Abstract:<title type="main">ABSTRACT</title> After introducing the five articles that comprise this focus issue, I consider Hauerwas's claim that he is a theologian without a position. The claim has merit, I hold, since Hauerwas writes in response to what he reads, which is his way of learning it better. Moreover, he writes socially, characteristically soliciting help from his friends. As such, he purposefully makes himself accountable to those he addresses. In his later years this accountability has extended especially to the Church and to the Bible, which helps explain why Hauerwas cares so deeply about his sermons, which he takes to be his most important work.
Document Type: Research article
Publication date: 2012-06-01