Chapter 6 – Justice as Love Reviewing Where We Are The Episode of Jesus Giving the Two Love Commands Justice in the Second Love Command Chapter 7 – What is Justice? Where Niebuhr Went Wrong? Speaking Up for Rights-Talk Chapter 8 – Beginning to Rethink Love A Love That Incorporated Justice Jesus and Self-Love The Love Command and the Golden Rule Did Jesus Abrogate the Love Command? Chapter 9 – Love as Care Introducing the Idea of Love as Care Requirements for Love as Care to Be Acceptable on Hermeneutic Grounds Can We Care About God? Can God Care About Us? In Conclusion Chapter 10 – Do Motivations Matter? Kierkegaard’s Claim that All Love Other Than Agapic Love is Self-Love Kierkegaard’s Argument for His Position Jesus is Silent About Motives for Love Chapter 11 – Rules of Application for Care
and the Good Orientation Toward the Good Divine Love and Human Rights Why Capacity Accounts of Human Dignity Do Not Work Does Human Nature or the Imago Dei Ground Human Rights?
.Two Rules of Application Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount An Ethic Meant for Everyone The Rejection of Retribution A Third Rule of Application Universality Within the Three Rules Whose Flourishing Should One Care About? Chapter 12 – Correcting Two Impressions Correcting the Impression of Individualism Correcting the Impression of Anthropocentrism Chapter 13 – Is Care-Agapism Too Easy?
Chapter 14 – Love. Justice.