Legislating morality: is it wise? is it legal? is it possible?
Is it wise, is it legal, is it possible to legislate morality? Yes, say the authors in this landmark book on the church/state debate. Existing laws legislate morality already, but whose?
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Legislating Morality: Is It Wise? Is It Legal? Is It Possible?
Norman Geisler,Frank Turek
Limited preview - 2003
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