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Human Dignity in the Judaeo-Christian Tradition

Catholic, Orthodox, Anglican and Protestant Perspectives

Professor John Loughlin (Redaktør)

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An examination of the historical and contemporary importance of dignity in our lives.

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List of Contributors
Acknowledgements
Introduction, John Loughlin
1. 'So God Created Humanity in His own Image' (Genesis 1.27). What Does The Bible Mean and What Have People Thought it Meant? John Day
2. The Pre-Christian Greek and Roman Notions of Human Dignity, Josef Loessl
3. Christ as Imago Dei - A Missed Opportunity of Ante-Nicene Christian Theology, Vladimir Latinovic
4. The Holy Trinity as Source of Human Dignity According to St Thomas Aquinas, Richard Conrad
5. Human Dignity and Human Wretchedness from St Irenaeus to Pico della Mirandola, John Loughlin
6. The Beauty of the Person in Christian Thought and Art, Timothy Verdon
7. Western Christian Sacred Music and Human Dignity, Jonathan Arnold
8. Human Dignity, Equality, and Liberty in Protestant Thought, John Witte, Jr
9. The Dignity of the Ancients and the Dignity of the Moderns, John Milbank
10. Human Dignity inJohn Paul II'sPersonalist Philosophy, Miguel Acosta
11. Religious Freedom and Dignity, Roger Trigg
12. Human Dignity in a Biotechnological Age, Michael Burdett
13. Bioethics and the Secular Belief of Inherent Human Dignity, Calum MacKellar
Index

Om forfatteren

John Loughlin is a Fellow at Blackfriars Hall, University of Oxford, UK and Emeritus Fellow of St Edmund's College, University of Cambridge, UK.