Cristina L.H. Traina is Associate Professor, Department of Religious Studies, Northwestern University.
What Has Paris to Do with Augsburg?: Natural Law and Lutheran Ethics
March 2010 (Volume 10 Issue 3)
 As Thomas Pearson’s essay so succinctly illustrates, questions about the usefulness of Roman Catholic versions of natural law theory to Lutheran ethics — or even to ecumenical conversation about ethics in which both traditions participate — have many layers. Does natural law exist? If it exists, in what exactly does it consist, and what […]