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Louis Crompton on the "Theological Assault" of the Ulpianic-Thomistic Conception of Natural Law (Part I) THE WILD REED - September 17, 2014 ... Beginning • Dialoguing with the Archbishop on Natural Law • Spirituality and the Gay Experience • Joan Timmerman and the "Wisdom of the Body" • Good News on the Road to Emmaus • Relationship: The Crucial Factor in Sexual Morality • The Blood-Soaked Thread See The Wild Reed series, "Perspectives on Natural Law," featuring the insights of: • Herbert McCabe, OP • Judith Web Kay • Daniel Helminiak • Garry Wills • Gregory Baum ...http://thewildreed.blogspot.com/2014/09/louis-crompton-on-theological-assault.html
Can We Trust Natural Law? CATHOLIC SENSIBILITY - September 14, 2014 ... found in the majority (or even the ruling male class) and applying it to all cases? I reviewed Veritatis Splendor 46-50, as FrMichael suggested. Saint John Paul II's definition: (Natural Law) refers to (humankind's) proper and primordial nature, the "nature of the human person", 89 which is the person (her/)himself in the unity of soul and body, in the unity of his (or her) spiritual and biological inclinations and of all the other specific ...http://catholicsensibility.wordpress.com/2014/09/14/can-we-trust-natural-law/