Renowned ethicists Salzman and Lawler build upon their own synthesis of virtue and theological ethics to provide a foundational text for undergraduate courses in theological ethics. Drawing from sources including Catholic social teaching and the insights of past and present Catholic theologians, this award-winning team introduces and then applies their ethical method to such topics as ecology, economics, hookup culture, and liberation theology.
Todd A. Salzman is professor of Catholic theology at Creighton University. He is co-author (with Michael Lawler) of numerous books, including Virtue and Theological Ethics: Toward a Renewed Ethical Method (Orbis) and Sexual Ethics: A Theological Introduction.
Michael G. Lawler is dean emeritus of Creighton University’s graduate school of arts and sciences and emeritus professor of Catholic theology at Creighton.
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