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Luther Vandross Love (4CD Box Set) (2007).zip. The Council also orders those who are in error or ignorance to be shown lenity and mercy. This precedence is at the heart of the Roman Catholic principle of double effect: "God's command is not that we should bring about the intended effect accidentally, but that we should bring about the intended effect at the same time as we act." Can the natural and the supernatural be causally related? If an individual has been cured by a medical miracle, one could plausibly infer that the individual had an effective medical treatment. Similarly, for the healing to be efficacious, the supernatural working must be effective, even if it is not the effective cause of the cure. One could say that the supernatural working is the effective cause of the cure. The fallacy of this inference is that the efficient cause can be the effective cause and the effective cause can be the efficient cause of a thing. For instance, if a person takes a pill, this is not sufficient to cause the person to be cured of their illness. Only a medical doctor could perform the actual miracle of healing. However, it is not the pill that caused the person to be healed, but rather the doctor who performed the miracle. Historic and Bibliographic Development of Moral Theology The study of morality can be traced back to the ancient Greeks. Aristotle and the Stoics were the major influences of the Greek moral philosophers. The works of St. Augustine and St. Thomas Aquinas are the major foundational works of Western moral philosophy. Moral philosophy was a flourishing subject in the Middle Ages, when the works of Aristotle, Boethius, and Augustine were rediscovered. Since the time of Aristotle and the Stoics, the major schools of moral philosophy have been deontological, utilitarian, and naturalistic. The foundations of deontology have been laid out by the work of Aristotle. Utilitarianism has been a significant influence of Christian moral philosophy. Christian philosophers such as Paul and Aquinas have developed naturalistic moral theories to meet the challenges presented by modern science and philosophy. In the ancient world, moral theology was a minor subject. In the medieval period, moral theology had a surge of activity. Augustine and Aquinas reinterpreted the teachings of Christianity in the light of their moral philosophy. Later, St. Thomas Aquinas and St. Bonaventure developed their own systems of moral philosophy. In the late Middle Ages and Renaissance, moral theology

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