May 19, 2020

Ethics in Flux

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Here’s an excerpt from Ethics in Flux, Bruce P. Baugus' contribution to the May issue of Tabletalk:

Twentieth-century ethics was a time of reaping the whirlwind after the wind had been sown since the dawn of modernity. The modern era of Western thought began in the seventeenth century when some thinkers abandoned the Augustinian approach to theology as an exercise of faith seeking understanding, opting instead for a new approach that roughly amounted to reason, in a narrow sense, seeking reasons or justifications to believe. So began the quest of rational theology.

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