Theodore Walker Jr. is Associate Professor of Ethics and Society at the Perkins School of Theology at Southern Methodist University and the author of Empower the People: Social Ethics for the African-American Church.
In accordance with the conference schedule, there are three subsections. The subsection on “Metaphysics of Morals and Moral Theory” includes contributions from Franklin I. Gamwell ("Does Morality Presuppose God?"), John W. Lango (abstract only), Duane Voskuil (“Ethics' Dipolar Necessities and Theistic Implications"), and Theodore Walker Jr. (“Neoclassical Cosmology and Matthew 22:36-40"). The subsection on “Evaluating Moral Practices” includes contributions from Frederick Ferré (abstract only), Seung Gap Lee ("Hope for the Earth: A Process Eschatological Eco-ethics for South Korea"), Mary Elizabeth Mullino Moore ("Compassion, Creativity, and Form: The Ethics of Institutions"), and George W. Shields ("Ruse, Altruism, and Process Philosophy"). The subsection on “Ethics and Aesthetic Values” includes contributions from Stephen T. Franklin (abstract only), Brian G. Henning ("Is There an Ethics of Creativity?"), Mihály Tóth ("Art of Life and the Ethics of Life Forming"), and Guorong Yang ("Problems and Perspectives in the Emerging of Global Society").