Comparative Religious Ethics: A Narrative Approach to Global Ethics
John Wiley & Sons, Mar 31, 2011 - Religion - 400 pages
This popular textbook has been thoroughly revised and updated to reflect recent global developments, whilst retaining its unique and compelling narrative-style approach. Using ancient stories from diverse religions, it explores a broad range of important and complex moral issues, resulting in a truly reader-friendly and comparative introduction to religious ethics.
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