Ned Wisnefske is Schumann Professor of Lutheran Theology at Roanoke College in Salem, Virginia.
Response to Hearing the Cries: Faith and Criminal Justice
May/June 2011: Interfaith (Volume 11 Issue 3)
Other responses to Hearing the Cries James Samuel Logan Kathryn Getek Soltis Bradley R. E. Wright Wayne N. Miller  This study, written by the Criminal Justice Task Force of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, is an “invitation to join this church’s moral deliberation.” Aiming toward a social statement on criminal justice, this study […]
Common Morality Aids Lutheran Thought
October 2007 (Volume 7 Issue 10)
 This paper argues that there is a common morality. There are common moral principles all can know; they place demands on us; and we have the capacity to follow them. It is necessary to make the case for common morality today because many believe there are no objective moral standards. It is important for […]