Love is Always Right: A Defense of the One Moral Absolute

Word Publ. (1996)
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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.
Keywords Christian ethics
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Call number BJ1249.M275 1996
ISBN(s) 0849939658
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