Moral Theology: New Directions and Fundamental Issues: Festschrift for James P. Hanigan by James Keating, Hardcover | Barnes & Noble
Moral Theology: New Directions and Fundamental Issues: Festschrift for James P. Hanigan

Moral Theology: New Directions and Fundamental Issues: Festschrift for James P. Hanigan

by James Keating
     
 

In this book James Keating gathers together some of the top moral theologiansto present their own personal visions on present state and future vision of fundamental moral theology.

Divided into five sections, the book encompasses a wide variety of topics that set the tone for the next generation of moral theologians:

Section One: Theology of Christian

Overview

In this book James Keating gathers together some of the top moral theologiansto present their own personal visions on present state and future vision of fundamental moral theology.

Divided into five sections, the book encompasses a wide variety of topics that set the tone for the next generation of moral theologians:

Section One: Theology of Christian Living
Norbert Rigali on the the Theology of the Christian Life
William C. Spohn, on Jesus and Moral Theology
Ronald Mercier on the Holy Spirit and Ethics

Section Two: The Means of Christian Living: Approaches to Moral Discernment
Dennis J. Billy, CSsR, on Dialoguing with Human Experience
James T. Bretzke, SJ, on Scripture and Ethics
Pamela Smith, SSCM, on Thinking with the Church and Its Moral Theology

Section Three: The Work of Christian Living: Conversion and Turning from Sin
WalterE. Conn on Young Man Newman
Kenneth R. Himes, OFM, on Human Failing
Richard Gula on Morality and Spirituality

Section Four: The Essence of Christian Living
David M. McCarthy on Love in Fundamental Moral Theology
Timothy P. Muldoon, Postmodern Moral Theology and Holiness

Section Five: The Service of Christian Living
Lisa Sowle Cahill on he Global Common Good in the TwentyFirst Century
Todd A. Salzman on Natural Law and Basic Goods

What emerges from this book is a vision of moral insight that prepares practitioners and theorists in the realm of Catholic morals to set off in new directions, while seeking guidance from the truths that are at the heart of Catholicism.

 

About the Author:
James Keating, PhD, editor of the Josephinum Journal of Theology, is associate professor of moral theology in the school of theology at the Pontifical College Josephinum, Columbus, OH.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780809142187
Publisher:
Paulist Press
Publication date:
09/28/2004
Pages:
275
Product dimensions:
6.04(w) x 8.96(h) x 0.68(d)

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