Peter Leithart’s ethics

Writing about Leithart’s ethics may seem a futile exercise given that he declares himself to be “Against Ethics.”[1]  He is against ethics for two reasons.  Firstly, because as a discipline it privatises virtues, leading to individuals choosing morals “without mentioning God.”[2] Secondly, because Ethics as a theological discipline treats moral transformation as secondary; an implication… Continue reading Peter Leithart’s ethics