By James J. Walter,Timothy E. O'Connell,Thomas A. Shannon
A name to Fidelity seeks to thoughtfully learn and significantly evaluation the contributions that Charles E. Curran has made to the sphere of Catholic ethical theology during the last 40 years. It additionally seeks to evaluate the improvement of particular issues in modern ethical theology to which Curran has made his precise mark, relatively in basic ethics, sexual and scientific ethics, social and political ethics, and themes with regards to discussion with different traditions and ways to Catholic ethics.
Reviewing the numerous years of his influential writings, notion, and scholarship, fourteen unique students study his contributions and the present country of the themes lower than discussion-which are as a ways ranging as educational freedom, contraception, homosexual and lesbian relationships, and feminism. every one contributor additionally presents a serious overview of Curran's paintings and descriptions how those parts will carry or endure transformation because the church seems towards its courting with society and tradition within the coming decades.
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A Call to Fidelity: On the Moral Theology of Charles E. Curran (Moral Traditions series) by James J. Walter,Timothy E. O'Connell,Thomas A. Shannon