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Journal of Moral Theology (4 issues)
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Overview

The Journal of Moral Theology (JMT) focuses on contemporary issues in Catholic moral theology, offering scholarly articles deeply rooted in the Catholic Tradition. You’ll also find theological treatments of modern debates covering a range of topics, from economics to psychology. Leading Catholic moral theologians like Michael J. Gorman, James F. Keenan, and Lisa Sowle Cahill address questions of ethics, discuss Christology, study influential Catholic figures, and examine Catholic social teaching. JMT was first published in 2012 and is sponsored by the Fr. James M. Forker Professorship of Catholic Social Teaching and the College of Liberal Arts at Mount St. Mary’s University in Emmitsburg, Maryland.

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Key Features

  • Provides scholarly examination of modern issues from a Catholic perspective
  • Publishes research by leading Catholic moral theologians
  • Focuses on moral theology

Product Details

Individual Titles

Journal of Moral Theology, Volume 2, Number 1: Christology

  • Editor: Christopher McMahon
  • Publisher: Wipf & Stock
  • Publication Date: 2013
  • Pages: 160

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  • In This Issue
    • Paul J. Wadell: Christology and the Christian Life
    • Paulinus Ikechukwu Odozor: Christology and Moral Theology
    • Patricia Sharbaugh: The Light Burden of Discipleship: Embodying the New Moses and Wisdom in the Gospel of Matthew
    • Michael J. Gorman: Paul and the Cruciform Way of God in Christ
    • Elizabeth Newman: Modern Pluralism or Divine Plentitude? Toward a Christological Ontology
    • Neil Ormerod: Christ, Globalization, and the Church
    • Jeffrey P. Bishop: Body Work and the Work of the Body
    • Christopher McMahon: Review Essay: Beyond the Historical Jesus: Embracing Christology in Scripture, Doctrine, and Ethics
  • Christopher McMahon teaches in the department of theology at St. Vincent College in Latrobe, Pennsylvania. He is the author of Jesus Our Salvation and Called Together: An Introduction to Ecclesiology.

    Journal of Moral Theology, Volume 1, Number 1: Formative Figures of Contemporary American Catholic Moral Theology

    • Editor: Christopher P. Vogt
    • Publisher: Wipf & Stock
    • Publication Date: 2013
    • Pages: 202

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  • In This Issue
    • James F. Keenan: Bernard Häring’s Influence on American Catholic Moral Theology
    • Craig Steven Titus: Servais Pinckaers and the Renewal of Catholic Moral Theology
    • David Hollenbach: Religious Freedom, Morality and Law: John Courtney Murray Today
    • Lisa Sowle Cahill: James M. Gustafson and Catholic Theological Ethics
    • John S. Grabowski: The Luminous Excess of the Acting Person: Assessing the Impact of Pope John Paul II on American Catholic Moral Theology
    • Jana Marguerite Bennett: Stanley Hauerwas’ Influence on Catholic Moral Theologians
    • Jeffrey P. Bishop: Body Work and the Work of the Body
    • David Cloutier and William C. Mattison III: Review Essay: Method in American Catholic Moral Theology After Veritatis Splendor
  • Christopher P. Vogt is chair and associate professor of theology and religious studies at St. John’s University in Jamaica, New York. He has a PhD from Boston College and an MTS from Harvard University. He is on the board of the North American Regional Planning Committee for Catholic Theological Ethics in a World Church. He is also the author of Patience, Compassion, Hope, and the Christian Art of Dying Well.

    Journal of Moral Theology, Volume 2, Number 2: The Church and the World

    • Editor: Christopher P. Vogt
    • Publisher: Wipf & Stock
    • Publication Date: 2013
    • Pages: 182

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  • In This Issue
    • William T. Cavanaugh: Westphalia and Back: Complexifying the Church-World Duality in Catholic Thought
    • Laurie Johnston: The “Signs of the Times” and their Readers in Wartime and in Peace
    • Claire E. Wolfteich: Time Poverty, Women’s Labor, and Catholic Social Teaching: A Practical Theological Exploration
    • David M. Lantigua and David A. Clairmont: Between Inculturation and Natural Law: Comparative Method in Catholic Moral Theology
    • Ramón Luzárraga: Syncretism: Why Latin American and Caribbean Theologians Want to Replace a “Fighting Word” in Theology
    • Tracey Rowland: The World in the Theology of Joseph Ratzinger / Benedict XVI
    • Amelia J. Uelmen: Mapping a Method for Dialogue: Exploring the Tensions between Razian Autonomy and Catholic Solidarity as Applied to Euthanasia
    • Christopher P. Vogt: Review Essay: Locating the Church in the World: Ethnography, Christian Ethics, and the Global Church
  • Christopher P. Vogt is chair and associate professor of theology and religious studies at St. John’s University in Jamaica, New York. He has a PhD from Boston College and an MTS from Harvard University. He is on the board of the North American Regional Planning Committee for Catholic Theological Ethics in a World Church. He is also the author of Patience, Compassion, Hope, and the Christian Art of Dying Well.

    Journal of Moral Theology, Volume 3, Number 1: Virtue

    • Editor: David M. Cloutier and William C. Mattison III
    • Publisher: Wipf & Stock
    • Publication Date: 2013
    • Pages: 270

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  • In This Issue
    • Martin Rhonheimer: Moral Reason, Person and Virtue: The Aristotelian-Thomistic Perspective in the Face of Current Challenges from Neurobiology
    • Jean Porter: The Desire for Happiness and the Virtues of the Will
    • John R. Bowlin: Elevating and Healing: Reflections on Summa Theologiae I—II q. 109, a. 2
    • Patrick M. Clark: The Case for an Exemplarist Approach to Virtue in Catholic Moral Theology
    • Maureen H. O’Connell: After White Supremacy? The Viability of Virtue Ethics for Racial Justice
    • Angela Knobel: Ends and Virtues
    • Charles R. Pinches: Virtue, Action, and the Human Species
    • Andrew Kim: Progress in the Good: A Defense of the Thomistic Unity Thesis
    • Lisa Fullam: Teresa of Avila’s Liberative Humility
    • Elizabeth Agnew Cochran: Faith, Love, and Stoic Assent: Reconsidering Virtue in the Reformed Tradition
    • David Cloutier and William C. Mattison III: Review Essay: The Resurgence of Virtue in Recent Moral Theology
  • David M. Cloutier is associate professor in the theology department of Mount St. Mary’s University in Emmitsburg, Maryland. He has an MA and PhD from Duke University. He is the author of Love, Reason, and God's Story: An Introduction to Catholic Sexual Ethics and editor of Leaving and Coming Home: New Wineskins for Catholic Sexual Ethics.

    William C. Mattison III is assistant professor of theology at The Catholic University of America.