Changing the Questions
By: Margaret A. Farley Edited by Jamie L. Manson
This introduction to and an overview of the work of Margaret Farley, one of the church's leading ethicists will be a valuable resource for students of public ethics, sexual ethics, and the ethics of relationships. Essays from throughout Farley's long scholarly career, both published and unpublished, focus on the intersection of ethics and public life.
Changing the Questions also includes Farley's sermons as well as her essays on ecclesiology and feminism, making it a far-ranging summary of her interests and contributions to theology over the past four decades.
Margaret A. Farley is Gilbert L. Stark Professor Emerita of Christian Ethics at Yale University Divinity School. She is the author or co-editor of seven books, including Personal Commitments: Beginning, Keeping, Changing (Orbis); Compassionate Respect: A Feminist Approach to Medical Ethics and Other Questions (Paulist Press); and Just Love: A Framework for Christian Sexual Ethics (Bloomsbury).
Jamie L. Manson (editor) received her Master of Divinity degree from Yale Divinity School, where she studied Catholic theology and ethics with Margaret Farley. Her award-winning column, Grace on the Margins, appears weekly in the National Catholic Reporter.