Pally, Marcia “Relational Views of Humanness: The Reciprocity of Ontos and Telos”
Studies in Christian Ethics, 2019, May 3, pp. 1-11.
‘The Invention of the Antichrist’: Karl Barth, Erich Przywara, & The Analogy of Being By Marcia Pally Commonweal, December 14, 2018 https://www.commonwealmagazine.org/-invention-antichrist In the 1920s and ’30s, Karl Barth, the renowned Swiss Reformed theologian, began what became a decades-long critique of the […]
Hardwired for Generosity: Sacrifice & the Common Good By Marcia Pally Commonweal Magazine, March 2017 The Good Samaritan, Pelegrín Clavé y Roqué In today’s America, “sacrifice” sounds like a bad thing—like having to give up what you deserve, like an […]
Aquinas & Politics: Getting Out of and Into the Common Good By Marcia Pally published by Counterpoint Navigating Knowledge, March 13, 2019 I’m writing this blog just on returning from a conference hosted by the Thomist Center in New […]
Religion as practical scapegoat: A response from relational theology By Marcia Pally Presented at the German Federal Cultural Foundation Conference: “Trial of Faith – On Religion and Growth,” Cologne June 12-14, 2015. https://www.kulturstiftung-des-bundes.de/en/magazine/magazine_24/the_practical_scapegoat.html Looking at European debates about religion, one […]