By Todd A. Salzman, Michael G. Lawler
This e-book has goals, one particular and one implicit. the specific target is to discover the normative implications for either basic and sexual ethics of the methodological and anthropological advancements in Catholic culture. The implicit goal is to stimulate discussion within the Church approximately ethics, really sexual ethics, a discussion that needs to unavoidably contain all within the communion-Church, laity, theologians, and hierarchy. due to the fact that we think that real and respectful discussion approximately sexual morality is sorely had to make clear Christian fact this day, we intend this booklet to join that real discussion.
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On the one hand, he resists labeling homosexual orientation an objective disorder. On the other hand, by labeling homosexual acts premorally evil, he implies not only that these acts are non-normative but also that there is something normative in the human person that makes such acts non-normative. Exploration of this tension will provide us with an essential anthropological and normative insight that warrants a revision of the traditional definition of the mystery of sin in relation to homosexual orientation.
Why do you make this specific judgment? In your opinion how does stance influence an approach to the virtue of chastity? NOTES An earlier version of this essay appeared in Theological Studies 74, no. 4 (2013): 903–33. It is reprinted here with permission. 1. James F. , “Note: Vatican II and Theological Ethics,” Theological Studies 74, no. 1 (2013): 162–90. 2. International Theological Commission, “Theology Today: Perspectives, Principles and Criteria,” Origins 41, no. 40 (March 15, 2012): n. 5.
F. , Method in Theology (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, repr. 2003), 4. 26 Chapter 1 7. com/news/bishop-seesnew-generation-seeking-truth-rejecting-relativism/. 8. Joseph Ratzinger, “Cappella Papale Mass ‘Pro Eligendo Romano Pontifice’ Homily of His Eminence Card. html. 9. See Pius XII, “Allocution to the Federation mondiale des jeunesses feminines Catholiques [Word Federation of Catholic Female Youth],” Acta Apostolicae Sedis (hereafter, AAS) 34 (January 18, 1952): 413–19; “Radio Message about the Christian Conscience,” AAS 34 (March 23, 1952): 270–78; and “Instruction of the Holy Office, February 2, 1956,” in Enchiridion, ed.
Catholic Theological Ethics: Ancient Questions, Contemporary Responses by Todd A. Salzman, Michael G. Lawler