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Study of Joseph Fuch's Writings on Human Nature and Morality

Study of Joseph Fuch's Writings on Human Nature and Morality

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£33.00

Publisher: University Press of America
ISBN: 9780761831303
Number of Pages: 90
Published: 31/05/2005
Width: 16.5 cm
Height: 22.9 cm
Josef Fuchs, S.J. is one of the most respected Moral Theologians in the Roman Catholic Church today. He has spent a lifetime of teaching future priests and laity at the Gregorian University in Rome and throughout the world. This study of his writings on the human person and morality is meant as an introduction to a new generation of people. Fuchs' perspective on human nature allows one to discover the rich history of moral theology in the Roman Catholic Church, past and present. The first part of the book shows Fuchs' understanding and dynamic view of human nature. In order to understand his view of morality, one needs to clearly see his view of human nature and the underlying issues of basic freedom and basic conscience. The second part of the book shows the type of morality Fuchs offers within his understanding of human nature. Issues that are addressed are: God's salvation in Jesus the Christ as the foundation for a genuine morality; natural law and moral norms; human acts and their values; and fundamental option.

David M. O'Leary

David M. O'Leary, S.T.L., D.Phil., a priest of the Archdiocese of Boston, is the University Chaplain and Adjunct Professor of Comparative Religion at Tufts University. O'Leary also runs a consultant business, O'Leary & Associates, LLC, which specializes in issues of Comparative Religions, Medical-Moral, Social Policy, and Research Ethics.

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