Fasching, deChant, Lantigua:
Comparative Religious Ethics: A Narrative Approach to Global Ethics, 2nd Edition
"…Intellectually rigorous, profoundly insightful and beautifully written, it is an invaluable resource for the instructor and student alike."
Welcome to the instructor companion site for Comparative Religious Ethics: A Narrative Approach to Global Ethics, 2nd edition. On this site you will find an epilogue to the text called 'Gandhian Ethics in an Age of Terrorism' which may be shared with students, as well as two instructor manuals; the first manual is a guide to teaching Comparative Religious Ethics, 2nd edition in the classroom and as an online course, and the second manual is a guide to teaching a relevant course through the use of film. By clicking on the link 'Related Content', you will also find a helpful list of related books and journals published by Wiley-Blackwell.
The two instructor manuals are password-protected to ensure that only instructors have access. It’s very easy to register for access. Simply click on the resource you wish to use and you will be asked to provide your name and affiliation. Once your request has been approved you will be given a username and password, so you can sign in to use the materials as often as you like.
Use the 'Browse by Resource' menu at the top side of the page to navigate the site