defence of theological ethics Hulsean lectures 1964 by G. F. Woods

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Comprises six lectures delivered at the Divinity School, Cambridge, in the Lent term of 1964.

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Statementby G.F. Woods.
SeriesHulsean lectures -- 1964
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Pagination136p. ;
Number of Pages136
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Open LibraryOL16709373M

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The book comprises six lectures delivered in the Divinity School, Cambridge in the Lent Term of The main concern of the author is the moral challenge to Christian theological ethics from the secular humanist who has a high sense of moral responsibility without any belief in Pages: Hard Cover Book.

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