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Catholic moral theology is a major category of doctrine in the Catholic Church, equivalent to a religious ethics.
Catholic moral theology is a major category of doctrine in the Catholic Church, equivalent to a religious ethics. Moral theology encompasses Roman Catholic social teaching, Catholic medical ethics, sexual ethics, and various doctrines on individual moral virtue and moral theory. It can be distinguished as dealing with "how one is to act", in contrast to dogmatic theology which proposes "what one is to believe".
The Moral Theology of Pope John Paul II (Washington: Georgetown . Charles E. Curran (April 1999). The Catholic moral tradition today. Georgetown University Press.
The Moral Theology of Pope John Paul II (Washington: Georgetown University Press, 2005). Catholic Social Teaching 1891–Present: A Historical, Theological, and Ethical Analysis (Washington: Georgetown University Press, 2002). The Catholic Moral Tradition Today: A Synthesis (Washington: Georgetown University Press, 1999). The Origins of Moral Theology in the United States: Three Different Approaches (Washington: Georgetown University Press, 1997).
Pope John Paul II is the second longest serving pope in history and the longest serving pope of the last century. His presence has thrown a long shadow across our time, and his influence on Catholics and non-Catholics throughout the world cannot be denied. Much has been written about this pope, but until now, no one has provided a systematic and thorough analysis of the moral theology that underlies his moral teachings and its astonishing influence. And no one is better positioned to do this than Charles E. Curran, widely recognized as the leading American Catholic moral theologian.
In this magisterial volume Charles E. Curran surveys the historical development of Catholic moral . Curran surveys the historical development of Catholic moral theology in the United States from its 19th century roots to the present da. He is the author of Loyal Dissent: Memoir of a Catholic Theologian, The Moral Theology of Pope John Paul II and Catholic Social Teaching, 1891-Present, all published by Georgetown University Press.
Curran's book, The Moral Theology of Pope John Paul II, seeks to uncover and substantiate the root of their agreements and disagreements. This article seeks to evaluate Curran's theory. This analysis is done in two parts: first, an examination of the evidence that Curran presents to support his charge against the pope, and second, an examination of the alternative possibility that it is Curran who has the double methodology rather than the pope. No keywords specified (fix it).
Moral theology, Christian theological discipline concerned with identifying and .
Moral theology, Christian theological discipline concerned with identifying and elucidating the principles that determine the quality of human behaviour in the light of Christian revelation. It is distinguished from the philosophical discipline of ethics, which relies upon the authority of reason. Moral theology appeals to the authority of revelation, specifically as found in the preaching and activity of Jesus Christ. ethics: Christian ethics from the New Testament to the Scholastics.
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Charles E. Curran, The Moral Theology of Pope John Paul II. Moral Traditions Series. Washington, DC: Georgetown University Press, 2005. The Apostle Paul in Arabia. Stephen's Defense before the Sanhedrin.
Charles Curran and Richard McCormick, Readings in Moral eology, no. 10 (New York: Paulist, 1998), 109-19; and Charles E. Curran, Evangelium Vitae and Its Broader Context in John Paul II and Moral eology, 120-33. 5 e idea has not only been frequently addressed by his successor but in June of 2010 Benedict XVI announced the creation of a Pontiical Council on the New Evangelization.
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