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Truthfulness and Tragedy

Truthfulness and Tragedy
  • Author: Stanley Hauerwas
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  • ISBN: UOM:39015010446758
  • Page: 251
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In Truthfulness and Tragedy, Stanley Hauerwas presents a collection of essays that challenge Christian ethics. These essays discuss issues such as suicide, population control, care for the mentally handicapped, and the politics of charity.

In Truthfulness and Tragedy, Stanley Hauerwas presents a collection of essays that challenge Christian ethics. These essays discuss issues such as suicide, population control, care for the mentally handicapped, and the politics of charity.


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