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8vo - 23 x 15 cm.; xx - 160 pp. A series of eleven essays originally delivered as part of a lecture series in Cambridge during 1991-1993. Contents: 1 - "The Right to Die" by Rev. James T. McHugh, 2 - "Moral Issues in Interfaith Dialogue" by Eugene J. Fisher, 3 - "Social Morality and Modern Church Teaching": by Rev. William F. Murphy, 4 - "Causality and the Law" by Jude Dougherty, 5 - "Woman in Art" by Hamilton Reed Armstrong, 6 - "Abortion: A Failed Social Policy" by Helen M. Alvare, 7 - "Atheistic Catholics" by Paul Mankowski, 8 - "The Evolution of Catholic Giving in America" by Mary J. Oates, 9 - "Health Care Rationing: A Theologian's Perspective" by Rev. Russell Smith, 10 - "Missionaries and Native Peoples of North America: Lessons for the Church Today" by Rev. Francis E. George, 11 - "Religious Education Today and the Catechism of the Catholic Church" by Rev. Francis D. Kelly. Illustrated with ten pages of coloured and b/w photographs. The covers show mild soiling and like shelf wear.
Title: Faith, Moral Reasoning and Contemporary American Life.
Categories: Catholic - Social Issues,
Publisher: Brighton, Massachusetts., The Cambridge Center for the Study of Faith and Culture.: 1995
Book Condition: Very Good
Item: 1.00 Item
Seller ID: 19006
Keywords: Catholic; Euthanasia; Causality; Litigation; Ecumenism; Abortion; Women; Woman; Art; Feminism; Health Care; Missionary; Philanthropy; Catechetics; Catechism; Atheism; Social Gospel; Evangelism; Modernism; Socialism; Personalism;