By William May
Faith & Morals
Here - conscientiously documented, footnoted, and listed - isn't just what the Church teaches but in addition why it really is obligated to take action. And, why its contributors are obligated to ascertain and to use that teaching.
This up-to-date and accelerated version of a textual content lengthy depended on and normal in faculties, universities, and seminaries (as good as in excessive colleges and parish religious-education programs), deals the most recent Catholic educating on ethical theology, including:
- Moral theology: its nature, goal, and biblical foundation
- Human dignity, loose human motion, advantage, and conscience
- Natural legislations, ethical absolutes, and sin
- Christian religion and our ethical life
Read why - and the way - residing what the Church teaches can remodel hearts, minds, and souls.
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