Will McDavid wrote this wonderful article over at Mockingbird assessing N.T. Wright’s application of Aristotelian ethics to Christianity. I found McDavid’s critique to be spot on and am hoping he digs deeper into this topic. My only point of contention is his labeling of the Nicomachean Ethics as “dry”. His observation and treatment of the difference between the theological virtues and mastering other skills is brilliant. Read, All the Lonely Virtues, Where do They Belong?
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