Wade, R. (2010). Bridging Christianity, Islam and Buddhism with Virtue Ethics. K Engebretson, M de Souza, G Durka & L Gearon. International Handbook of Inter-religious Education 313-324. The Netherlands: Springer. Retrieved from http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4020-9260-2_19
Virtue ethics/character ethics is concerned for the good and happiness of the person, and what it is to be a well-balanced individual. The concept of virtue ethics/character ethics is explored within Christianity, Islam, and Buddhism, and in so doing, to find links and common ground between them. The method is descriptive and uses virtue ethics/character ethics as a category and bridge that crosses all the three religious traditions.
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