Only seven years after it was first published, there is a second edition out in April 2011 (currently only hardback) of the Hauerwas and Wells Blackwell Companion to Christian Ethics. Table of contents below, the chapters in bold are new, others are apparently revised, and several chapters have new authors and one chapter on disability by Hans Reinder in Part IV has disappeared, with a new chapter by Brian Brock appearing in Part II. If the chapters have been revised, this second edition may well be worth getting - the first edition already on its way to becoming a classic.
PART I Studying Ethics Through Worship.
1 Christian Ethics as Informed Prayer (Stanley Hauerwas and Samuel Wells).
2 The Gift of the Church and the Gifts God Gives It (Stanley Hauerwas and Samuel Wells).
3 Why Christian Ethics Was Invented (Stanley Hauerwas and Samuel Wells).
4 How the Church Managed Before There Was Ethics (Stanley Hauerwas and Samuel Wells).
PART II Meeting God and One Another.
5 Gathering: Worship, Imagination, and Formation (Philip Kenneson).
6 Greeting: Beyond Racial Reconciliation (Emmanuel Katongole).
7 Naming the Risen Lord: Embodied Discipleship and Masculinity (Amy Laura Hall).
8 Being Reconciled: Penitence, Punishment, and Worship (John Berkman).
9 Praising in Song: Beauty and the Arts (Kevin J. Vanhoozer).
10 Collecting Praise: Global Culture Industries (Michael L. Budde).
11 Praise: The Prophetic Public Presence of the Mentally Disabled (Brian Brock).
PART III Re-Encountering the Story.
12 Reading the Scriptures: Rehearsing Identity, Practicing Character (Jim Fodor).
13 Listening: Authority and Obedience (Scott Bader-Saye).
14 Proclaiming: Naming and Describing (Charles Pinches).
15 Deliberating: Justice and Liberation (Daniel M. Bell).
16 Discerning: Politics and Reconciliation (William T. Cavanaugh).
17 Confessing the Faith: Reasoning in Tradition (Nicholas Adams).
PART IV Being Embodied.
18 Interceding: Poverty and Prayer (Kelly S. Johnson).
19 Interceding: Giving Grief to Management (Michael Hanby).
20 Interceding: Standing, Kneeling, and Gender (Lauren F. Winner).
21 Being Baptized: Race (Willie Jennings).
22 Being Baptized: Bodies and Abortion (Frederick Christian Bauerschmidt).
23 Becoming One Body: Health Care and Cloning (M. Therese Lysaught).
24 Becoming One Flesh: Marriage, Remarriage, and Sex (David Matzko McCarthy).
25 Sharing Peace: Class, Hierarchy, and Christian Social Order (Luke Bretherton).
26 Sharing Peace: Discipline and Trust (Paul J. Wadell).
PART V Re-Enacting the Story.
27 Offering: Treasuring the Creation (Ben Quash).
28 Participating: Working Toward Worship (R. R. Reno).
29 Remembering: Offering Our Gifts (D. Stephen Long and Tripp York).
30 Invoking: Globalization and Power (Timothy J. Gorringe).
31 Breaking Bread: Peace and War (Stanley Hauerwas and Samuel Wells).
32 Receiving Communion: Euthanasia, Suicide, and Letting Die (Kathryn Greene-McCreight).
33 Sharing Communion: Hunger, Food, and Genetically Modified Foods (Robert Song).
34 Eating Together: Friendship and Homosexuality (Joel James Shuman).
35 Being Silent: Time in the Spirit (Michael S. Northcott).
36 Footwashing: Preparation for Christian Life (Mark Thiessen Nation).
PART VI Being Commissioned.
37 Being Blessed: Wealth, Property, and Theft (Stephen Fowl).
38 Bearing Fruit: Conception, Children, and the Family (Joseph L. Mangina).
39 Being Sent: Witness (Michael G. Cartwright).
40 The Virtue of the Liturgy (Jennifer Herdt).
41 Afterword (Rowan Williams).