On the one hand, we must appreciate how sex is holy. It might be good to say “holy” instead of “good.” Ironically, the idea that celibacy is a sacrifice treats sex as a good in the same way that a candy bar is a good. But this view … [Read more...]
About Dr. Eric M. Johnston, Ph.D.
Eric M. Johnston is an assistant professor of undergraduate theology at Immaculate Conception Seminary at Seton Hall University, and a father of five. He has published in The Thomist and Nova et Vetera. His research focuses on Thomas Aquinas' approach to nature and grace, marriage, political philosophy, and spirituality.