Charles Rice on Natural Law Morality

Posted October 17, 2017 12:28 am by Carl Sundell

Charles E. Rice (1931-2015), a Thomist philosopher and professor of law at Notre Dame University, was a consistent conservative on matters political and theological. In 1993 he wrote a book that, if it had been published in 1963, might have had greater impact on stemming the rising tide of moral relativism and the nearly total loss of America’s moral compass. His book might at least have ignited a firestorm of debate that was badly needed but never really occurred. That book, 50 Questions on the Natural Law: What It Is and Why We Need It, is a frontal assault on


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