Tag : moral theology

Written on Aug, 15, 2020 by in | Leave a comment

The technocratic and managerial is perhaps the only unquestioned problem-solving common idiom we have, and in it we experience the world as put in order by us and therefore manipulable. In morality we experience the world as binding desire and announcing an order to which we must be conformed. This order is not as a factual given like “we only …

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Written on May, 02, 2017 by in | Leave a comment

Casuistry, or the objective analysis of moral issues, has a bad reputation (and not just among Orthodox Christians). But to help someone live a virtuous life, we need to know what are the moral limits of our life in Christ, Casuistry is how we discern the moral boundaries that we can’t transgress and still remain in communion with Christ and the Church.

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