Theological echoes in an ethic care

  • 32 Pages
  • 2.20 MB
  • English
Erasmus Institute , [Notre Dame, IN]
Caring -- Moral and ethical as
Statementby Ruth E. Groenhout.
SeriesOccasional papers of the Erasmus Institute -- 2003-2
LC ClassificationsBJ1475 .G76 2003
The Physical Object
Pagination32 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23161000M
LC Control Number2004400151

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Theological echoes in an ethic of care in SearchWorks catalog Skip to search Skip to main content. The overall purpose is to clarify ethical and theological issues related to conscience arising in Roman Catholic health care. The foundation of this book is the Catholic tradition of moral theology and the articulation of a compelling theology of conscience to assist Catholic health care to fulfill its mission.

recent work, Echoes of the Word: Theological Ethics as Rhetorical Practice, a book that seeks to envision how the church as an agent of hope is to be in a world marked by violence, fear and despair. I’ve also written an occasional paper for the Erasmus Institute at the University of Notre Dame that examines connections between an ethics of care and the Christian theological tradition.

That piece is titled “Theological echoes in an ethics of care.”. The Oxford Handbook of Theological Ethics offers an authoritative and compelling guide to this discipline. Thirty of the world's most distinguished specialists provide new articles in order to offer a survey of and analysis of the subject.

Using case studies for analysis and illustration, this volume provides an accessible and comprehensive introduction to the central topics and debates in health care ethics. It will appeal to students and teachers of applied ethics, bioethics, professional ethics, medicine, health law and medical sociology, as well as to health care by: 4.

PREFACE Th is book is intended as a faith-based introductory text in health care ethics geared toward college students. We believe this book off ers something distinctive in that it does not assume extensive knowledge of theology, ethics, and medicine on the part of college students.

in writing this book is to encourage moral reflection and moral dis-course on ethical issues in health care rather than resorting to ready-made and prescriptive answers to concrete dilemmas. This book examines real-life concerns and issues that confront real people every day.

It is an applied ethics textbook written by theological ethicistsFile Size: KB. The theological perspective behind health care ethics. Nurses are motivated to serve others for a variety of personal and spiritual reasons. The responsibility to care for the sick and wounded, and the ethical considerations of this care, is not something to be taken lightly when deciding to become a nurse.

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1John Irvi ng, The Cider House R ules (New York: Ball anti ne, ). The quote from the Houston Post is from the ba ck dust jacket of this edition of the book. TMSJ 11/2 (Fa ll ) THEOLOGI CAL BAS IS OF ETHICS Larry Pettegrew Professor of Theology Syste matic theology must serve as a foundation for any set of moralFile Size: 81KB.

In Theological Reflection: Connecting Faith and Life, principles of theological reflection are presented to help the believer connect faith teaching and ic Basics: A Pastoral Ministry Series offers an in-depth yet accessible understanding of the fundamentals of the Catholic faith for adults, both those active in pastoral ministry and those preparing for ministry/5(15).

An ideal introduction to health care ethics for students who are unfamiliar with the subject area. Author-ethicists Michael Panicola, David Belde, John Paul Slosar, and Mark Repenshek have crafted a text grounded in rich theological and philosophical traditions and presented in an engaging manner.

This text provides students with an understanding of the foundational aspects of health care. This book, a collection of articles on critical ethics of care and social work, is worthwhile reading for all who wish a better understanding of social work and its political importance.

This political importance is unveiled by investigating social work practices from a ethics of care perspective, thus also showing the political nature of a critical ethics of care. feeling.

But the Bible does give us a basis for ethical judgments: the revelation of the living God. So ethical discussions open a wide door for Christian witness. People are far more open to discuss ethics than to discuss theistic proofs, or even “transcendental File Size: KB.

Theological reflection is a spiritual discipline in self-care and in personal and professional growth. Yet as a theological exercise its focus stretches well beyond the personal.

In a theological context our subjective experiences and concerns are reflected upon in relation to faith and wisdom traditions that reach for ultimate reality. The AntonFile Size: 87KB. Theological and Naturalistic Ethics Defined. The key distinction here is between theological ethics and ethics that is not theological, which we can call "naturalistic" for convenience.

Theological ethics has as an essential component or assumption the premise that what gods or God wishes or commands is what we should be or do.

If God commands. Combining the ideas of work ethic and predestination, Calvinists believe that idleness is a sign of damnation, whereas hard work is a sign of being among the Elect. The ethical principles of Judaism are prescribed in the Torah, or the Five Books of Moses, which outline the Jewish legal and ethical concepts.

While Christianity has seven deadly. Top ten books on ethics. Posted by Ben Myers Next semester I'll be teaching an undergraduate class in theological ethics. So I'd welcome your thoughts about good texts in this a Bonhoeffer, Gandhi, and Christian discernment.

Introduces students to health care ethics through examination of real-life issues In their thought-provoking and insightful revised introductory ethics text, authors Michael Panicola, David Belde, John Slosar, and Mark Repenshek address complex and controversial health care.

ethical and theological issues relat-ed to conscience arising in Roman Catholic health care. The foundation of this book is the Catholic tradition of moral theology and the articula-tion of a compelling theology of con-science to assist Catholic health care to fulfill its mission.

The aim is. theological ethics stand out in particularly sharp re-lief in the case of divine command ethics, and for that reason the remainder of this article will focus on this particular variety of theological ethics.

Divine command ethics is best understood as an account of the deontological part of morality that concerns duty or obligation. Moral File Size: 57KB. Teleological ethics, (teleological from Greek telos, “end”; logos, “science”), theory of morality that derives duty or moral obligation from what is good or desirable as an end to be achieved.

Also known as consequentialist ethics, it is opposed to deontological ethics (from the Greek deon, “duty”), which holds that the basic standards for an action’s being morally right are.

Also provide a valid definition of Theological Ethics (33 marks) ( words) Answer Theological ethics basically is a combination of all ethical concerns and most ethics are action based.

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Theological ethics encompass various religious beliefs and ideals; however the term “theological” refers mainly to the Christian beliefs and understandings. This book is a work in progress that is offered for free to anyone interested in moral philosophy. It has not been copyrighted. Please steal it, reproduce it, or distribute it, or any part of it, without the author’s permission.

Thanks: [email protected] Size: KB. Students may also specialize in theological and social ethics, or focus on issues related to particular topics such as health care or the environment. These explorations are pursued in ecumenical and interreligious settings with attention to cross-cultural theological understanding.

Department Chair: Professor Thomas Cattoi. Table of contents for Theological Studies, 81, 1, Access to society journal content varies across our titles. If you have access to a journal via a society or association membership, please browse to your society journal, select an article to view, and follow the instructions in this box.

Health Care Ethics: A Catholic Theological Analysis | Benedict M. Ashley, Jean De Blois, Kevin D. O'Rourke | download | B–OK. Download books for free. Find books. Theological ethical subjectivism or voluntarism has been called the "divine command theory," and some contemporary scholars have attempted to show that this idea had a much larger following than previously thought.

In his excellent book on C. Lewis John Beversluis offers a concise summary of Ockham's position: "According to this view. Health Care Ethics: Theological Foundations, Contemporary Issues, And Controversial Cases.

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We need to discuss two related concerns. The first is the concept of justice itself. The logic of justice as developed in the West emphasis rights and rules, and respect for the other. It can be applied only to human beings -- supposedly equally. It .(This is page part of my my read-through of the Bible as a starting point for the development of a biblical theology of ethics.

More on ethics. More on Genesis) Creation The first ethical concept introduced in the Bible is 'good'.

Genesis 1 paints the picture of a world that God created, and it was very.