On Frankena and Religious Ethics

Journal of Religious Ethics 3 (1):7 - 25 (1975)
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William Frankena's analysis of the concept of morality is criticized because of its implications for understanding Christian morality. The author argues that this analysis leads to a fragmented view of Christian ethics which leaves outside the domain of morality both its central foundational feature (i.e. that it is a response to grace) and crucial normative elements of the Christian morality of love.



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