“Between Inculturation and Natural Law: The Contribution of Catholic Moral Theology to Comparative Religious Ethics” David Clairmont- Friday, April 27th at noon, Swift 200
Please join the Religion and Ethics Workshop this Friday, April 27th, at noon on the second floor of Swift Hall (room 200) for a presentation by David Clairmont.
Prof. David Clairmont will present his current research project with a presentation entitled, “Between Inculturation and Natural Law: The Contribution of Catholic Moral Theology to Comparative Religious Ethics.” There is no paper for the session, but if you would like background reading for the work leading up to this project, a recent chapter he has written on theologies of inculturation and comparative ethics is available below.
As always, we will be providing pizza. To help us gauge the numbers for food, please email me (LeChevallier@uchicago.edu) if you are coming. Prof. Clairmont is an alum of the Div School and a professor of Moral Theology at Notre Dame. 4_Clairmont_Cultures of Comparison 4-12-12 rev