Critical Essays: Philosophical, Theological and Scientific

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Vantage Press, Inc, 2005 - 523 pages
A nuanced discussion of the connections between philosophy, theology, and science, written by a scholar who is also a values-oriented Christian. Churchich believes--unlike naturalistic theorists and biological evolutionists -- that nature offers a very limited picture of reality, and that our origin and destiny are one in the realm of God.
 

Contents

Acknowledgments
9
The Reality of Human Nature
27
SelfLove Selfishness and Altruism
64
Freedom Independence and Equality
107
Rights Duties and Justice
153
Morals and Religion
197
Religion and Science
245
Theories and Forms of Alienation
299
Democracy and Imperialism
349
Moral Pathology
391
The Enigma of Life Death and Grief
447
Retrospects and Conclusions
477
Bibliography
509
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