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Religion and personal life: The Westminster Faith Debates

Religion and personal life: The Westminster Faith Debates
Debating ethics and faith with leading thinkers and public figures including: Alastair Campbell, Steve Chalke, Delia Smith, Polly Toynbee, Giles Fraser, John Harris, Mary Ann Sieghart
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ISBN/EAN: 9780232530186
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Does the embryo have a 'soul'? Do we live in an over-sexualised society? Is it right for religions to treat men and women differently? What is a 'traditional family' and do we need it? Do Christians really oppose same-sex marriage? Should we legislate to permit assisted dying? What do some of society's leading thinkers and public figures have to say about these crucial questions? More importantly, what do you have to say about them? Religion and Personal Life presents the highlights of the Westminster Faith Debates, a unique series of public conversations on some of the most provocative questions, that arise when personal life choices intersect with religious faith and practice. It also presents the latest thinking and research in an accessible form.
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