Christian Ethics in the Muslim Context
What does it mean to live and behave as a Christian within a non-Christian, Muslim context? This is not a question about doctrine, liturgy, or ethnic history; it is a question of Christian ethics. Within the context of a constant interaction between religion and culture in the West, the ethical question and its answers take a particular form. But where Christianity is the faith of a minority within a hostile environment, the question about Christian life and conduct seeks different answers. Most of the preconditions for ethics in the Western context are totally missing in the case of Eastern Christianity. Dr. Peter Doghramji explores the ethical implications of living as a Christian in a Muslim, non-Christian setting, giving answers to this timely question.