Why and How Can Religions and Traditions Be Plausible and Credible in Public Ethics Today?
Ethical Theory and Moral Practice 2001 December; 4(4): 329-348
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Turner, Leigh (2003-09)For many individuals, religious traditions provide important resources for moral deliberation. While contemporary philosophical approaches in bioethics draw upon secular presumptions, religion continues to play an important ...
<italic>TAM GIAO CHU VONG</italic> [THE ERRORS OF THE THREE RELIGIONS]: A TEXTUAL AND ANALYTICAL STUDY OF A CHRISTIAN DOCUMENT ON THE PRACTICES OF THE THREE RELIGIOUS TRADITIONS IN EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY VIETNAM Tran, Anh Quoc (Georgetown University, 2011)Christianity has held a small but qualitatively significant presence in Vietnam since its arrival in 1533. Yet the knowledge of its early religio-cultural context has been sparse. This study intends to fill that lacuna ...