Aristotle, Ethics and God

My Baylor colleague, Trent Dougherty, has posted a brief entry at The Prosoblogion, “Ethics without God, Aristotle style.” His post, as well as some of the comments, reminded me of an exchange at First Things I had four years ago with Villanova law professor, Robert T. Miller:

Robert Miller is a scholar for whom I have tremendous respect. So, for him to think my work worthy of rebuttal was truly an honor.

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