Love is Always Right: A Defense of the One Moral Absolute
Word Publ. (1996)
|Abstract||Through real-life scenarios and practical illustrations, the authors address complex ethical dilemmas to everyday moral decisions. Learn to make moral choices based on God's love and His absolute truth.|
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|Call number||BJ1249.M275 1996|
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