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Human Rights 2. A Christian view

Human Rights 2. A Christian view

Human dignity based on the concepts of the image of God and Christ’s redemption becomes the basis for human rights debate from a Christian theological perspective. It is in the community of the human family that a human person realizes his/her being the imago Dei.

ECTS Credits: 3

Professor: John Kusumalayam

Table of contents 

CHAPTER 3  A CHRISTIAN VIEW ON THE FOUNDATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS

3.1. Human Rights and Human Dignity

3.2. Human Person as the Imago dei

3.3. The  Concept of  Imago Trinitatis

3.4. The Inner Dynamics of Trinitarian Life  

CHAPTER 4  THE IMPLICATIONS OF IMAGO DEI-TRINITATIS

4.1. Implications for Understanding the Human Person

4.2. Implications for the Uniqueness of the Individual Human  Person 

4.3.  Conclusion  

CHAPTER 5. A CATHOLIC HUMAN RIGHTS THEORY FOUNDED ON THE CONCEPT OF IMAGO TRINITATIS

5.1. Towards Recognition of Human Rights in the Catholic Social Teaching

5.2. Bases of Human Rights in the Recent Catholic Social Teaching

5.3. The Use of the Concept of Imago Trinitatis in the Recent Catholic Human Rights Teaching 

5.4. A Holistic, Integral Theory of Human Rights

5.5. The Essential Features of a Reconstructed Theory of Human Rights

5.6.  Conclusion 

6. GENERAL  CONCLUSION