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By Nigel Biggar

ISBN-10: 0802864007

ISBN-13: 9780802864000

Too usually, says Nigel Biggar, modern Christian ethics poses a fake selection — both “conservative” theological integrity or “liberal” secular consensus. Behaving in Public explains either why and the way Christians should still withstand those polar options.
proficient by way of a frankly Christian theological imaginative and prescient of ethical existence and so turning towards the area with openness and interest, Biggar’s succinct argument charts a 3rd manner forward.

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