Journal of Lutheran Ethics (JLE) is an online publication dedicated to promoting awareness of, study of, and conversation about Christian ethics in the Lutheran tradition. It is a free, interactive journal for all who are interested in Lutheran ethics, both in the United States and around the world. A bridge between the academic study of Christian ethics and the contemporary life of the Church, JLE is a meeting place for scholars and professors, seminary and college students, pastors and bishops, and theologically informed lay leaders.

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The Globethics.net library contains articles of the Journal of Lutheran Ethics as of vol.1(2001) to current.

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