Item description for Christian Morality: The Word Becomes Flesh by Josef Fuchs & S. J. Fuchs...
In this third collection of his essays on Christian ethics, Josef Fuchs takes up a number of pressing questions both in fundamental and applied ethics.
Several essays explore the biblical basis for establishing Christian norms and principles for ethical decision-making. These deal in detail with th enature of human conscience and the effect on it fo religious values in a pluralistic culture. The author also deals with current and pressing issues of a Christian moral life: continuity and change in moral teaching as exemplified by the debate over religious freedom; pluralism in the understanding of Christian marriage as early as the twelfth century; bioethical problems dealing with the beginning and end of human life; and the general question, is there a "Catholic" ethical moral theology?
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Studio: Georgetown University Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.04" Width: 6.1" Height: 0.63" Weight: 0.77 lbs.
Release Date Sep 1, 1987
Publisher Georgetown University Press
ISBN 087840452X ISBN13 9780878404520
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More About Josef Fuchs & S. J. Fuchs
Fuchs has had a long and distinguished career as a professor of moral theology, both in his native Germany and in Rome at the Gregorian University.
Josef Fuchs was born in 1912.
Josef Fuchs has published or released items in the following series...
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theology study material Nov 23, 2008
This book was recommended as theology study material. It is excellent but for a student, you have to read the chapter a couple of times to understand his full meaning. The book is deeply detailed, I recommend this book for students of theology.