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Monthly Archives: September 2015
I haven’t been following all the Pope coverage, but there were a few things from today’s Pope news that I thought I’d comment on. Note that I’m mostly watching this on Twitter. Interfaith Blessings I was delighted that Wednesday’s speech … Continue reading
Natural Law and the Gender Bimodal
Observing the world Moral arguments based on natural law always begin by observing the world, because it is an axiom of natural law that God’s intended purposes can be discerned by careful study of the world. It is therefore clear … Continue reading
Posted in Feminist theology, Moral theology, Theological anthropology Tagged gender roles, intersex, natural law, transgender 4 Comments