Anglican Moral Theology and Ecumenical Dialogue
AbstractThis article argues that there has been conflict in Roman Catholic moral theology since the 1960s. This has overshadowed, but not prevented, ecumenical dialogue between the Roman Catholic and Anglican Communions, especially in ethics. Theologians from the Anglican tradition can help both the debate in Roman Catholic moral theology and the ecumenical impasse. The article examines the contributions of Richard Hooker, Jeremy Taylor, and Kenneth Kirk from 1600–1920, in the area of fundamental moral theology. View Full-Text
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Sedgwick, P. Anglican Moral Theology and Ecumenical Dialogue. Religions 2017, 8, 199.
Sedgwick P. Anglican Moral Theology and Ecumenical Dialogue. Religions. 2017; 8(9):199.Chicago/Turabian Style
Sedgwick, Peter. 2017. "Anglican Moral Theology and Ecumenical Dialogue." Religions 8, no. 9: 199.
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