Benedict Ashley, O.P, has served as Professor of Moral Theology, Aquinas Institute of Theology since 1951 with a short break in the early 1970s. He has written extensively in the area of philosophy, particuarly Christian ethics and served as consultant to the U.S. Catholic Bishops on moral matters. He was Professor of Moral Theology at the John Paul II Institute for Marriage and Family in Washington, D.C. and the Institute for the Psychological Sciences in Arlington, Virginia.
Biblical Morality, 8 lesson course
Philosophy for Theologians, 12 lesson course
Scriptural Grounds For Concrete Moral Norms, The Thomist, Jan1988.
The Bible Gap, Catholic Dossier, Mar/Apr 1996.
Dei Verbum & Christian Morals, Catholic Dossier, Jan/Feb 2000
Dominican Guide For Sharing Our Secular Resources For The Study of Theology For Preaching in the 21st Century [also in PDF], June 2003 draft, Part 3 is on ethics (pp24-30 of PDF).
Moral Principles Concerning Infants With Anencephaly: Observations on the Document, L'Osservatore Romano, Sept 1998. Observations on this document from US National Conference of Catholic Bishops.
Cloning, Aquinas & The Embryonic Person, NCBQ, Summer 2001.
"Starving" the Permanently Unconscious, Preach What?, 2003.
Can the Church Be Wrong About Contraception?, Preach What?, 2003
War or Peace?, Preach What?, 2003.
Three Strands in the Thought of Eckhard, The Scholastic Theologian, The Thomist, 1978
Mark Latkovic, Natural Law in the Moral Thought of Benedict Ashley OP, Fellowship of Catholic Scholars Quarterly, Fall 1999 [PDF]
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