Sacred choices: the right to contraception and abortion in ten world religions
This call to rethink major religious traditions on key topics of family planning provides a fresh, underreported side of these traditions. Written in a lively, engaging, and skilled style by a leading ethicist, this guide brings expert insights of major scholars in a manageable format.
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Review: Sacred Choices: The Right to Contraception nd Abortion in Ten World Religions (Sacred Energies Series)User Review - Christine Tran - Goodreads
Another great book read in Women's Studies. Professor Renae Bredin gave another excellent book. Although the style of writing was different for each section, I was intrigued with the stance that each ... Read full review
Review: Sacred Choices: The Right to Contraception nd Abortion in Ten World Religions (Sacred Energies Series)User Review - Goodreads
This is a worthwhile read for all the new information I learned about. It's true that the most conservative, anti-choice, anti-woman sectors of religions are often the loudest. Not having grown up ...
Whose Church?: A Concise Guide to Progressive Catholicism
Daniel C. Maguire
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