Item description for Living the Truth in Love: A Biblical Introduction to Moral Theology by Benedict M. Ashley & Benedict M. Asheley...
Overview An exhaustive presentation of Roman Catholic moral teaching by an acknowledged expert.
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Studio: Alba House
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.3" Width: 5.58" Height: 1.23" Weight: 1.45 lbs.
Release Date Mar 26, 2004
Publisher Alba House
ISBN 0818907568 ISBN13 9780818907562
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More About Benedict M. Ashley & Benedict M. Asheley
Benedict M. Ashley, O.P., is the author of more than nineteen books and numerous articles; his Way toward Wisdom (University of Notre Dame Press, 2006) in particular provides an overview of the Neothomistic development launched by Pope Leo XIII in 1869. Fr. Ashley served as a Consultant for the National Catholic Bishops Conference, 1965 2000. He has been a consultant and teacher at many institutions, including the John Paul II Cultural Center in Washington, D.C.
John Deely is the author of twenty-three books and several hundred articles, and has co-authored and edited some thirty-four volumes. In October of 2009 Deely received both the Aquinas Medal for Excellence in Christian Philosophy from the International Gilson Society, and the Scholarly Excellence Award of the American Maritain Association. In 2001 he published "Four Ages of Understanding" The first postmodern survey of philosophy from ancient times to the turn of the 21th century (University of Toronto Press), and most recently" Medieval Philosophy Redefined (University of Scranton Press). ""
Benedict M. Ashley currently resides in St Louis, in the state of Missouri.
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A scholarly work that anyone can read Apr 27, 2002
This is an excellent scholarly work written in plain English. Ashley brings together Scripture, the Catechism, virtue theory, and the sacraments. The book relates Catholic moral teachings to their biblical bases and to the sacraments that help us to live virtuous lives. This book is also a good companion to Pope John Paul II's encyclical, "Veritatis Splendor." Ashley's book is surprisingly easy to read despite the depth of the subject matter.