A journal of academic theology

Intuition and Moral Theology

Moral theologians grant that intuitions cannot supply all that is needed for their craft. It may be, however, that intuitions can and do play a bigger role than theologians have hitherto conceded. A glance at the history of slavery, torture, and the execution of alleged heretics, together with a consideration of the role of the Holy Spirit in the moral sphere, may help to cast some light on the subject.

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