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Does Religion Matter Morally ? A Critical Reappraisal of the Thesis of Morality's Independence from Religion

A Critical Reappraisal of the Thesis of Morality's Independence from Religion

Does Religion Matter Morally ? A Critical Reappraisal of the Thesis of Morality's Independence from Religion( )
Editor: Musschenga, Albert W.
Author: Musschenga, A. W.
Series title:Morality and the Meaning of Life Ser.
ISBN:978-90-390-0404-3
Publication Date:Jan 1995
Publisher:Peeters Publishers & Booksellers
Book Format:Paperback
List Price:USD $38.00
Book Description:

In the dominant view, morality is more rational and universal than, and therefore independent from, (christian) religion. Believers do not have exclusive moral knowledge. Moral principles can be known by anyone. Morality, not religion, is the supreme judge of human actions in the world. Some contributors to this volume defend this view on theological and philosophical grounds. The advantages of such a view for thinking about a common global morality are clear. However, according to...
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Book Details
Pages:212
Detailed Subjects: Religion / Ethics
Book Weight:1.32 Pounds



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