In this new textbook two Catholic ethicists with extensive teaching experience present a moral theology based on vision--the idea that how we see the world shapes our choices and actions.
David Matzko McCarthy and James M. Donohue draw widely from the western philosophical tradition while integrating biblical and theological themes in order to explore such fundamental questions as What is good? The book's fourteen chapters are short and thematic. Substantive study questions engage with primary texts and get students to apply theory to everyday life and common human experiences. The book is accessibly written and flexible enough to fit into any undergraduate or seminary course on ethics.