The Good Life: Where Morality and Spirituality Converge

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Paulist Press, Jan 1, 1999 - Religion - 132 pages
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A simple, direct introduction to the Christian moral life based on the conviction that morality and spirituality converge when we explore the sort of persons we ought to become and the sort of lives we ought to lead by virtue of our commitment to God.
  

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One of my required textbooks for my Moral Theology course. I loved it! Author did a great job demonstrating how leading a moral life is really about living out of the abundance of being loved by God ... Read full review

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Contents

What You Have Received as Gift Give as Gift
11
I Have Called You By Name You Are Precious to Me
34
I Will Be Your God and You Will Be My People
48
I Desire Faithfulness Not Sacrifice
67
Go and Do Likewise
79
I Call You Friends
96
The Good Life
119
Notes
130
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Professor of Moral Theology at Franciscan School of Th

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