Author: Cristina L.H. Traina

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

[1] 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 […]