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answer questions of this kind that was at the very center of Portuguese imperial thought. I shall therefore focus on the interaction between politics, moral theology, empire, and conscience in the sense of the legal-religious sphere for resolving the doubts and questions that permeated the early modern

In: Journal of Early Modern History
In The Origins of Anglican Moral Theology Peter H. Sedgwick shows how Anglican moral theology has a distinctive ethos, drawing on Scripture, Augustine, the medieval theologians (Abelard, Aquinas and Scotus), and the great theologians of the Reformation, such as Luther and Calvin. A series of studies of Tyndale, Perkins, Hooker, Sanderson and Taylor shows the flourishing of this discipline from 1530 to 1670. Anglican moral theology has a coherence which enables it to engage in dialogue with other Christian theological traditions and to present a deeply pastoral but intellectually rigorous theological position. This book is unique because the origins of Anglican moral theology have never been studied in depth before.
Author: Walter, Peter

Moral theology (Latin theologia moralis) is a subdiscipline within theology, which was becoming increasingly specialized during the early modern period. In the light of faith, moral theology deals with conduct (Ethics) in contrast to cognition (Dogmatics). While the word moralis [philosophia

Moral theology, today often called theological ethics, is a discipline in Roman Catholic dogmatics that deals with human freedom and responsibility (Anthropology) and with the foundations and principles of moral action. It is the doctrine of the Christian lifestyle and the glorious liberty of the

In: The Encyclopedia of Christianity Online
Author: Wim Decock

a good source of inspiration for our analysis of moral theology as it was practiced by early sixteenth century theologians at the Louvain theology faculty 10 . This paper will try to convey a feeling of how juristic the thinking of a theologian such as Adrian of Utrecht was by analyzing the sixth of

In: Tijdschrift voor Rechtsgeschiedenis / Revue d'Histoire du Droit / The Legal History Review
Author: Paolo Astorri

/Oder, which was published in 1673. These works by Ziegler and Henniges commented on Grotius’s De jure belli ac pacis in a less polemical manner than Felden and Graswinckel, looking not only at Roman law but also at moral theology. They therefore provide interesting examples of a different approach

In: Grotiana

[German Version] I. Concept – II. Moral Theology and Philosophical Ethics – III. Faith as a Guiding Perspective – IV. The Teaching Authority of the Church and Moral Theology – V. Structure and Disposition of the Subject Matter of Moral Theology – VI. History of Moral Theology Moral theology (Lat

In: Religion Past and Present Online

Part of Moral Theology: 1. Catholic 2. Protestant 3. Moral Systems Since some people regard the casuistic and canonist text-books of moral theology as a permanent and classical expression of Catholicism, we must first note that the Church managed for more than fifteen hundred years not only without

In: Sacramentum Mundi Online

woven into the traditions that constituted them. A context intellectual historians have not adequately taken into account in the analysis of early modern just war theories is their intellectual and institutional setting in the field of Catholic moral theology, which developed and established itself as

In: Journal of Early Modern History

Part of Moral Theology: 1. Catholic 2. Protestant 3. Moral Systems Soon after the development of a new type of moral theology in the 17th century, where confessional practice was the main interest, the attention of theologians was concentrated on the “moral systems”. How did this come about? The

In: Sacramentum Mundi Online