Every Good Path: Wisdom and practical reason in Christian ethics and the book of Proverbs

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Abstract

Andrew Errington brings the book of Proverbs into discussion with two significant accounts of the nature and foundation of practical reason in Christian ethics: those of Thomas Aquinas and Oliver O'Donovan. Aiming to move towards a framework for understanding Christian moral reasoning, this book develops a significant critique of aspects of Aquinas's thought and provides a major engagement with O'Donovan's moral theology.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationLondon, Great Britain
PublisherT&T Clark (International)
Number of pages244
ISBN (Electronic)978-0-5676-8770, 978-0-5676-8772-2
ISBN (Print)978-0-5676-8769
Publication statusPublished - 2020

Publication series

NameT&T Clark Enquiries in Theological Ethics
PublisherT&T Clark

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Book of Proverbs
Practical Reason
Wisdom
Thomas Aquinas
Christian Ethics
Moral Reasoning
Thought
Moral Theology

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Errington, A. (2020). Every Good Path: Wisdom and practical reason in Christian ethics and the book of Proverbs. (T&T Clark Enquiries in Theological Ethics). London, Great Britain: T&T Clark (International).
Errington, Andrew. / Every Good Path : Wisdom and practical reason in Christian ethics and the book of Proverbs. London, Great Britain : T&T Clark (International), 2020. 244 p. (T&T Clark Enquiries in Theological Ethics).
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Every Good Path : Wisdom and practical reason in Christian ethics and the book of Proverbs. / Errington, Andrew.

London, Great Britain : T&T Clark (International), 2020. 244 p. (T&T Clark Enquiries in Theological Ethics).

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