Search Result for: Edward J. Furton
The vast majority of calls taken by the ethicists concern end-of-life decision-making. The principal analytical tool used in these cases is the distin MORE
Caring for the sick is one of the mandates of Christ, but this aim can also be achieved incidentally by secular institutions whose primary aim is ofte MORE
“A rational understanding of God and the moral order is not limited to Christians, but can be discovered by [anyone] who cares to…examine the evid MORE
Debates over ethical questions often conceal a more fundamental disagreement about whether morality can be objective. A moral judgment that is subject MORE
“The more medical decision-making is handed over to [the state]… the more patients, surrogates and family members will [be] unable to take measure MORE
Death is the separation of the soul from the body, but the soul does not lose consciousness — or cease to exist — when it undergoes that separatio MORE
Will Catholic doctors who subscribe to the Church’s moral teaching against assisted suicide and abortion ever be forced to take human life?
When a parent informs a Catholic school that a child will soon present as a member of the opposite sex, how should the administration respond?
The Catholic Church has always had high regard for the disciplines of philosophy and theology. Every Catholic college in the country has professors of MORE
One of our failures as human beings is the inability to conceive of God in his full greatness. This is not really surprising, given that we have finit MORE