Table of contents for When God's people have HIV/AIDS : an approach to ethics / Maria Cimperman.

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Contents
Acknowledgements
Introduction: The Genesis of a Book on HIV/AIDS
	Questions for Reflection and Discussion
1.	Constructing a Fundamental Ethics for an Age of Aids
	Indicators of the Pandemic
Modes of Transmission
 	Changing Demographics
Development Devastation (needs new title)
 	Prevention, Treatment and Care
 	Foundational Issues Behind the Pandemic
 	The Roman Catholic Church and Tradition
 	Questions for Reflection and Discussion
2.	Toward a Theological Anthropology in This Age of AIDS
	Suffering: Reality and Resistance
 	Reality Rooted in Experience
 	Resistance as Response to Suffering
 The Cross
 Jesus? Life and Ministry
 Lament and Sass
	Embeddedness in History and Society ? Historical Realism
 	Listening and Seeing: Levels of Poverty and Oppression
Naming the Locus for Transformative Engagement in History and Society
 The Good News
 The Common Good
 	Active Engagement in Processes of Transformation
 	Questions for Reflection and Discussion
3.	Embodied Relational Agent
	Agent (new headings, please)
	Relational
	Embodied
	Questions for Reflection and Discussion
4.	Virtues for a Time of Aids
	Hope
	Fidelity
	Self-Care
	Justice
	Prudence
	Questions for Reflection and Discussion
5.	Discipleship: Spirituality and Morality Responding in an Age of AIDS
	Integrating Christian Spirituality and Christian Morality
	Six Elements of Discipleship
	Questions for Reflection and Discussion
6.	Memory, Narrative and Solidarity
	Memory
	Narrative
	Hospitality
	Solidarity
	Questions for Reflection and Discussion
7.	Cases (new title, please)
	Noerine Kaleeba: Hope in a Time of AIDS
	Paul Farmer: ?We?re All Human Beings? ? Justice for an Age of AIDS
	Questions for Reflection and Discussion
Conclusion
	Questions for Reflection and Discussion
Selected Bibliography
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

AIDS (Disease) -- Religious aspects -- Catholic Church.
Christian ethics -- Catholic authors.