Contemporary Contributions to Sexual Ethics

@article{Keenan2010ContemporaryCT,
  title={Contemporary Contributions to Sexual Ethics},
  author={James F. Keenan},
  journal={Theological Studies},
  year={2010},
  volume={71},
  pages={148 - 167}
}
  • J. Keenan
  • Published 1 March 2010
  • Philosophy
  • Theological Studies
This survey of Catholic moralists' writings on sexuality and sexual ethics describes the development of basically positive claims. Far less contentious than the debates in the aftermath of Humanae vitae, these more contemporary works suggest an attentiveness to a theologizing on sexuality. Moreover, while earlier works emphasized the conscience of Catholics in resolving norms regarding sexuality, today's writings are more critical of human conduct and more instructive about the need for more… 

Parenting Styles, Sex Education Locality and Self-Efficacy as Predictors of Teenagers’ Experiment with Sex

The issue of sexuality among teenagers was investigated in this study to assess factors that could predispose them to it. Factors such as parenting style, sex education, locality and self-efficacy

References

SHOWING 1-10 OF 39 REFERENCES

Moral Theology and Church Responses to Sexual Abuse

ABSTRACT In the many published reports of the sexual abuse of children by priests in past years there is discernible a common pattern in the inadequate responses of Church authorities to the

THROUGH A DIFFERENT LENS: RETHINKING THE ROLE OF SEXUAL DIFFERENCE IN THE THEOLOGY OF HANS URS VON BALTHASAR

Sexual difference plays a pivotal role in Balthasar's thought, as an analogy for the Trinity and as an analogy for the relation between Christ and the church. This essay examines the influence of the

Nature "naturalism" and the immorality of contraception. A critique of Fr. Rhonheimer on condom use and contraceptive intent.

In a recent contribution to the National Catholic Bioethics Quarterly Fr. Martin Rhonheimer argues that the evil of contraception is rooted strictly in the intention to prevent new life. Unlike

The contraceptive choice condom use and moral arguments based on nature. A reply to Christopher Oleson.

Christopher Oleson presents a challenging critique of my views on contraception in general and the use of condoms to prevent infection, which shows a surprising disregard for the formulations and doctrinal development contained in the encyclical Humanae vitae.

Vers l'indifférenciation sexuelle ?

Le statut ambigu du corps humain est au cœur de la reflexion contemporaine : le cyborg presente un etre hybride, ni homme, ni femme ; les etudes sur le genre pretendent au nom de l’egalite effacer

The truth about condoms.

It is recommended that family planning programs and health agencies encourage more widespread condom use by making condoms available to clients free or at the lowest possible cost, offering clients sufficient quantities of condoms, instructing clients in their proper use, assisting clients in enlisting partner cooperation in condom use, and providing community education to overcome barriers to use of this method.