The London Lyceum

Natural Law and Virtue in the Reformed Tradition with Jennifer Herdt

December 30, 2020 Jordan Steffaniak and Brandon Ayscue Season 1 Episode 87
The London Lyceum
Natural Law and Virtue in the Reformed Tradition with Jennifer Herdt
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The London Lyceum
Natural Law and Virtue in the Reformed Tradition with Jennifer Herdt
Dec 30, 2020 Season 1 Episode 87
Jordan Steffaniak and Brandon Ayscue

Jordan talks with Jennifer Herdt about the Reformed traditions understanding of natural law and virtue. What is natural law? What is Protestant natural law and modern natural law? Are these synonymous? Can Reformed thinking on natural law retrieve Thomistic and Catholic thought and be consistent? What is the conscience? How does it function for the Reformed tradition? What is synderesis? What is the legislative vs. judicial conscience? How does the Thomistic understanding differ from Calvins? Can virtue exist in a secular society? And much more.

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Resources:

1) The Cambridge companion to Natural Law Ethics, Ed. Tom Angier
2) Putting on Virtue, Jennifer Herdt
3) After Virtue, Alasdair MacIntyre
4) Natural Law and the Two Kingdoms, David VanDrunen

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Show Notes

Jordan talks with Jennifer Herdt about the Reformed traditions understanding of natural law and virtue. What is natural law? What is Protestant natural law and modern natural law? Are these synonymous? Can Reformed thinking on natural law retrieve Thomistic and Catholic thought and be consistent? What is the conscience? How does it function for the Reformed tradition? What is synderesis? What is the legislative vs. judicial conscience? How does the Thomistic understanding differ from Calvins? Can virtue exist in a secular society? And much more.

Find more info about the London Lyceum or contact us at our website.

Resources:

1) The Cambridge companion to Natural Law Ethics, Ed. Tom Angier
2) Putting on Virtue, Jennifer Herdt
3) After Virtue, Alasdair MacIntyre
4) Natural Law and the Two Kingdoms, David VanDrunen

Support the show (https://www.thelondonlyceum.com/support/)