Gathered for the Journey Moral Theology in Catholic Perspective
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Description: Gathered for the Journey sets moral reasoning in a theological context of worship and discipleship (part 1), provides a framework for the moral life based on questions of human fulfillment (part 2), and demonstrates how these theological resources shape a distinctive approach to questions of globalization, Catholic social teaching, the family, war and peace, bioethics, and the environment (part 3). McCarthy and Lysaught have crafted a distinctively unified collection. Gathered for the Journey represents a common project among Catholic scholars who are struggling with similar questions about living faithfully.
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Copyright year: 2007
Publisher: William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company
Publication date: 8/28/2007
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.00" long x 1.00" tall
McCarthy is assistant professor of theology at Mount St. Mary's College in Emmitsburg, Maryland.
|Introduction: The Course of Moral Thinking||p. 1|
|Life Together: Moral Reasoning in Theological Context||p. 21|
|Love and Liturgy||p. 24|
|Jesus Christ, Scripture, and Ethics||p. 43|
|The Trinity||p. 68|
|Pilgrim People||p. 88|
|Conclusion to Part 1||p. 106|
|Pilgrim's Progress: Virtues and the Goal of the Journey||p. 113|
|Baptism, Mission, and Ministry||p. 117|
|Human Fulfillment||p. 134|
|Natural Law, Law, and Freedom||p. 153|
|Freedom and Grace||p. 177|
|Moral Virtue, the Grace of God, and Discipleship||p. 198|
|Conclusion to Part 2||p. 216|
|The Imitation of Christ: Issues along the Way||p. 221|
|Catholic Social Teaching||p. 225|
|Consumer Culture||p. 241|
|A Christian Ethic of Child Rearing: Homeschooling as Case Study||p. 260|
|Gather Us In and Make Us Channels of Your Peace: Evaluating War with an Entirely New Attitude||p. 281|
|Love Your Enemies: Toward a Christoform Bioethic||p. 307|
|Catholic Social Thought and Environmental Ethics in a Global Context||p. 329|
|Conclusion to Part 3||p. 349|
|Epilogue: Four Challenges||p. 350|
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