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Paul J. Wadell is professor of religious studies at St. Norbert College. He specializes in Christian ethics and has taught in this field for more than twenty years.
Wadell's new edition of Happiness and the Christian Moral Life: An Introduction to Christian Ethics, is a fresh, enticing, and engaging entree into Christian Moral Theology that will quickly Friend and win a Like from undergraduates. From Wadell's pen flows a rich fundamental moral theology that is a formative guide for virtuous Christian living. Once again Wadell demonstrates his skill as a masterful teacher and scholar by including important additions, clarifications, and explanations to the chapters of his original, dynamic, and compelling work. -- Nothwehr, Dawn M. Reading Paul Wadell on the Christian moral life is like sharing a conversation with a wise and faithful friend. Through his graceful engagement of Augustine, Aquinas, and a host of contemporary Christian thinkers, Wadell reminds us that the quest for true happiness requires virtue, friendship, and an awareness of the stories that bind us. This second edition of an already superb book is theologically rich and deeply human. One cannot read Wadell without about being challenged and inspired. -- Davis, Darin H. In this new edition, Paul Wadell has substantially improved what was already a very fine book. While maintaining an engaging and down to earth style throughout, Wadell ably leads readers toward a sophisticated Christian understanding of the relationship among freedom, happiness, and the cultivation of virtue. Theologically rich, yet accessible and clear, Happiness and the Christian Moral Life would serve very well as a foundational text for an introductory undergraduate course in Christian ethics. -- Vogt, Christopher P.