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Moral theology for the twenty-first century; essays in celebration of Kevin Kelly.

9780567032850

Moral theology for the twenty-first century; essays in celebration of Kevin Kelly.

Ed. by Julie Clague et al.

T&T Clark

2008

304 pages

$140.00

Hardcover

BJ1249

Fundamental moral theology, medical and sexual ethics, social and political ethics, ecclesiology, and the work of Liverpool pastor and moral theologian Kelly are the themes addressed by scholars of religion, not all of them Catholic, but some of them unregenerate adherents to the principles of Vatican II. Specific topics include dialogue as tradition, contraception and sin, animal ethics, the paradox of the inclusive church, and (by Himself) the role of personal story in the teaching of moral theology. T&T Clark is an imprint of Continuum.

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