the branch of theology dealing with principles of moral conduct.
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How to use moral theology in a sentence
Even the Church is in peril, because "their system of moral theology is irreconcilable with the Roman Catholic religion."The Jesuits, 1534-1921 | Thomas J. Campbell
Before Kant moral theology had argued that the Judge of all the world must do right, apportioning happiness to desert.History of Modern Philosophy | Alfred William Benn
His principal works belong to the fields of exegesis and moral theology.
In 1849 he came to America, and taught moral theology in Georgetown College.
He was well skilled, too, in the moral theology of the times, as the Liber de Mensura Poenitentiarum clearly shows.Insula Sanctorum et Doctorum | John Healy
British Dictionary definitions for moral theology
the branch of theology dealing with ethics
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