The Teleological Grammar of the Moral Act

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  • Author : Steven A. Long
  • Publisher : Ignatius Press
  • Pages : 146 pages
  • ISBN : 9781932589399
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Natura Pura

Natura Pura
  • Author : Steven A. Long
  • Publisher : Fordham Univ Press
  • Release : 28 September 2021
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From speculative theology to the exegesis of Aquinas, to contemporary North American philosophy and Catholic social and ethical thought, to the thought of Benedict XVI, this work argues the crucial importance of the proportionate natural end within the context of grace and supernatural beatitude. Long argues that, in the effort to avoid naturalism, Henri de Lubac unwittingly consummated the loss of nature as a normative principle within theology, both doctrinally and exegetically with respect to the teaching of Aquinas. The

Biblical Natural Law

Biblical Natural Law
  • Author : Matthew Levering
  • Publisher : OUP Oxford
  • Release : 21 March 2008
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Natural law theory is controversial today because it presumes that there is a stable 'human nature' that is subject to a 'law.' How do we know that 'human nature' is stable and not ever-evolving? How can we expect 'law' not to constrict human freedom and potential? Furthermore if there is a 'law,' there must be a lawgiver. Matthew Levering argues that natural law theory makes sense only within a broader worldview, and that the Bible sketches both such

Ressourcement Thomism

Ressourcement Thomism
  • Author : Romanus Cessario,Reinhard Hütter,Matthew Levering
  • Publisher : CUA Press
  • Release : 28 September 2021
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The essays in this volume explore three areas in which St. Thomas Aquinas's voice has never fallen silent: sacred doctrine, the relationship of sacraments and metaphysics, and the central role of virtue in moral theology.

The Christian Moral Life

The Christian Moral Life
  • Author : John Rziha
  • Publisher : University of Notre Dame Pess
  • Release : 30 June 2017
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To take a journey, travelers must know where they are, where they are going, and how to get there. Moral theology examines the same three truths. The Christian Moral Life is a handbook for moral theology that uses the theme of a journey to explain its key ethical concepts. First, humans begin with their creation in the image of God. Secondly, the goal of the journey is explained as a loving union with God, to achieve a share in his

The Sermon on the Mount and Moral Theology

The Sermon on the Mount and Moral Theology
  • Author : William C. Mattison, III
  • Publisher : Cambridge University Press
  • Release : 13 July 2017
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In this volume, William C. Mattison, III demonstrates that virtue ethics provides a helpful key for unlocking the moral wisdom of the Sermon on the Mount. Showing how familiar texts such as the Beatitudes and Petitions of the Lord's Prayer are more richly understood, and can even be aligned with the theological and cardinal virtues, he also locates in the Sermon classic topics in morality, such as the nature of happiness, intentionality, the intelligibility of human action, and the development

Journal of Moral Theology Volume 10 Issue 1

Journal of Moral Theology  Volume 10  Issue 1
  • Author : Jason King,M. Therese Lysaught
  • Publisher : Wipf and Stock Publishers
  • Release : 27 January 2021
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The Evolution of Human Dignity in Catholic Morality Bernard Brady Gregory of Nyssa’s “Reverse Contagion” and Roberto Esposito’s “Immunity”: Which Way Forward in the Aftermath of the Pan-demic? Carlo Calleja An Augustinian Correction to a Faulty Option: The Politics of Salt and Light Anthony Crescio “The Perspective of the Acting Person” and Moral Action: Reading Veritatis Splendor no. 78 with Servais Pinckaers, OP Matthew Kuhnar Round Table Discussion: On the Work of Paul J. Wadell Thanks Be to God

Bound for Beatitude A Thomistic Study in Eschatology and Ethics

Bound for Beatitude A Thomistic Study in Eschatology and Ethics
  • Author : Reinhard Hütter
  • Publisher : Catholic University of America Press
  • Release : 28 September 2021
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Bound for Beatitude is about St. Thomas Aquinas’s theology of beatitude and the journey thereto. Consequently, the work’s topic is the meaning and purpose of human life embedded in that of the whole cosmos. This study is not an antiquarian exercise in the thought of some sundry medieval thinker, but an exercise of ressourcement in the philosophical and theological wisdom of one of the most profound theologians of the Catholic Church, one whom the Church has canonized, granted

Biomedicine and Beatitude

Biomedicine and Beatitude
  • Author : Austriaco Op Nicanor Pier Giorgio
  • Publisher : CUA Press
  • Release : 28 September 2021
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"Comprehensive overview of Catholic teaching on practical issues in modern medicine and bioethics. This second edition includes a new chapter on bodily modifications and a series of new figures, as well as bringing the original text up to date in light of the teachings of Pope Francis and recent events such as the covid-19 pandemic"--

Religious Morality in John Henry Newman

Religious Morality in John Henry Newman
  • Author : Gerard Magill
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 24 September 2014
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This book is a systematic study of religious morality in the works of John Henry Newman (1801-1890). The work considers Newman’s widely discussed views on conscience and assent, analyzing his understanding of moral law and its relation to the development of moral doctrine in Church tradition. By integrating Newman’s religious epistemology and theological method, the author explores the hermeneutics of the imagination in moral decision-making: the imagination enables us to interpret complex reality in a practical manner, to

After the Natural Law

After the Natural Law
  • Author : John Lawrence Hill
  • Publisher : Ignatius Press
  • Release : 08 February 2016
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The "natural law" worldview developed over the course of almost two thousand years beginning with Plato and Aristotle and culminating with St. Thomas Aquinas in the thirteenth century. This tradition holds that the world is ordered, intelligible and good, that there are objective moral truths which we can know and that human beings can achieve true happiness only by following our inborn nature, which draws us toward our own perfection. Most accounts of the natural law are based on a

The Perspective of Love

The Perspective of Love
  • Author : R. J. Snell
  • Publisher : Wipf and Stock Publishers
  • Release : 21 April 2014
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While many of the Reformers considered natural law unproblematic, many Protestants consider natural law a "Catholic thing," and not persuasive. Natural law, it is thought, competes with the Gospel, overlooks the centrality of Christ, posits a domain of pure nature, and overlooks the noetic effects of sin. This "Protestant Prejudice," however strong, overlooks developments in contemporary natural law quite capable and willing to incorporate the usual objections into natural law. While the natural law itself is universal and invariant, theories