Fuchs' perspective on human nature allows one to discover the rich history of moral theology in the Roman Catholic Church, past and present. The first part of the book shows Fuchs' understanding and dynamic view of human nature. In order to understand his view of morality, one needs to clearly see his view of human nature and the underlying issues of basic freedom and basic conscience.
David M. O'Leary, S.T.L., D.Phil., a priest of the Archdiocese of Boston, is the University Chaplain and Adjunct Professor of Comparative Religion at Tufts University. O'Leary also runs a consultant business, O'Leary & Associates, LLC, which specializes in issues of Comparative Religions, Medical-Moral, Social Policy, and Research Ethics.
Chapter 1 Introduction and Chapter Outlines Chapter 2 The Human Person Exists as the Image of God Chapter 3 The Immutable Being of the Human Person is Basically Mutable Chapter 4 The Human Person Exists with the capacity of Self-realization Chapter 5 Basic Freedom and Basic Conscious Chapter 6 God's Salvation in Jesus Christ is the Genuine Morality Chapter 7 Natural Law and Moral Norms Chapter 8 Human Acts and Their Values Chapter 9 Fundamental Options Chapter 10 Bibliography Chapter 11 About the Author