The Social Construction of Morality Reconsidered: A Christian Interactionist Perspective
This article discusses the notion of a divinely informed, socially constructed morality against the backdrop of the incarnation of Christ. The idea is developed within a discussion of various conceptual variants of morality, and concludes with an elaboration of its relevance to Christian education.
Journal of Research on Christian Education
Graduate Psychology and Counseling
Matthews, Lionel; Gabriel, Elvin; Warren, Joseph; and Crane, Ken, "The Social Construction of Morality Reconsidered: A Christian Interactionist Perspective" (2004). Faculty Publications. 1534.