Steven J. Jensen, Living the Good Life : a Beginner’s Thomistic Ethics

“Many in today’s post-Christian society simply want to follow their own ideas of how life should be lived, unaware that there is a good, true, absolutely sure guidepost to right living,” Steven Jensen tells Doug Keck on EWTN Bookmark.  Jensen’s Living the Good Life: a Beginner’s Thomistic Ethics, is a study of ethics, of how the average person tells right from wrong. “Not based on opinion, ‘my truth vs. your truth kind of thinking,'”  Doug adds. “What’s good for us as human beings,” Jensen summarizes, “is to lead a morally upright life. Following these moral rules will mean living a life of love.” Don’t miss this important interview, coming on EWTN Bookmark.

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