"Levering is by now at the forefront of the younger generation of Catholic theologians in America. The Betrayal of Charity
provides a profound treatment of particular patterns of sin together with a proper placement of those patterns within the grammar of love. A lovely and intellectually stimulating book."
--Paul J. Griffiths, Warren Chair of Catholic Theology, Duke Divinity School
"The Betrayal of Charity
is spirited and engaging. Levering addresses very worthy interlocutors--including Hays and Schwartz--and gives them a good run for their money." --Gary Anderson, Professor of Old Testament/Hebrew Bible, University of Notre Dame
"Levering's account of love brings Aquinas' moral theology alive for contemporary readers. The Betrayal of Charity sets up a rich dialogue with the biblical texts, as well as Jewish, Protestant, and secular accounts of the virtues and the vices that contradict them."
--Brian Brock, Lecturer in Moral Practical Theology, University of Aberdeen and author of Christian Ethics in a Technological Age
About the Author
Matthew Levering is Professor of Theology at the University of Dayton and a Distinguished Fellow of the St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology. His most recent publications include Jewish-Christian Dialogue and the Life of Wisdom
, Christ and the Catholic Priesthood
, Participatory Biblical Exegesis
, and Biblical Natural Law