Monday, March 4, 2019
Garnett (a different one) on Christian Moral Anthropology
As longtime MOJ readers know, I've been interested in (ed.: try "obsessed with") the implications for law and the legal enterprise of the Christian account of what it means to be human, i.e., with Christian moral anthropology. Here are some reflections on the topic by my daughter, a Theology student at Notre Dame. A bit:
What does it mean to be a human being? To be both of and for? It is to be the image and likeness of the God who created us, and who Himself exists as relationship: to be human is to allow others to carry our burdens, to carry theirs in return, and to constantly strive to be related, now and forever, in love.
Check it out.