The Ways of Judgment

The Ways of Judgment
by Oliver O'Donovan

This book, by the (Anglican) Regius Professor of Moral and Pastoral Theology at Oxford, is the sequel to and completion of The Desire of the Nations (1996). Taken together, these books provide a theologically substantial and thoroughly Christian analysis of the political order. They are written with the conviction that the political order cannot be understood without theology and that theology requires and entails an account of the...

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Paul J. Griffiths holds the Warren Chair of Catholic Theology at Duke University.