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Title:
John Paul II and moral theology
Author:
Curran, Charles E.
Publication Information:
New York : Paulist Press, [1998]

©1998
Physical Description:
viii, 378 pages ; 21 cm.
Language:
English
Contents:
Some early reactions to Veritatis Splendor / Richard A. McCormick -- Revelation vs. dissent / Germain Grisez -- A distrust that wounds / Bernard Häring -- Good acts and good persons / Joseph Fuchs -- The pope on proportionalism / James Gaffney -- Natural law and personalism in Veritatis Splendor / Janet E. Smith -- Accent on the masculine / Lisa Sowle Cahill -- Evangelium Vitae : the law of abortion / Leslie C. Griffin -- The mystery of Easter and the culture of death / Marc Ouellet -- Evangelium Vitae and its broader context / Charles E. Curran -- Recent ecclesiastical teaching / Richard Grecco -- Pope John Paul II's theology of the body / Ronald Modras -- The family and sexuality / Richard M. Hogan, John M. LeVoir -- Familiaris Consortio : a review of its theology / Michael D. Place -- Economic justice for whom? : Women enter the dialogue / Pamela K. Brubaker -- Sincere gift : the pope's "new feminism" / Léonie Caldecott -- An ethical critique of capitalism : contributions of modern Catholic social teaching / Gregory Baum -- Decoding the pope's social encyclicals / Richard T. DeGeorge -- Feminist analysis : a missing perspective / Maria Riley -- Concern and consolidation / Donal Dorr -- The new "new things" / George Weigel -- Reordering the world / J. Bryan Hehir -- Tested by our own ideals / Michael Novak -- An argument about human nature / Richard John Neuhaus -- Neoconservative economics and the Church's "authentic theology of integral human liberation" / David L. Schindler -- Christian social ethics after the Cold War / David Hollenbach.
ISBN:
9780809137978
Format :
Book

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A survey of contemporary papal teaching on economics, gender, sexuality, and life issues.


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