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Moral Theology: Dodo or Phoenix?
The Anglican Communion Institute ^ | 4/2005 | The Very Rev. Dr. Philip Turner

Posted on 07/05/2005 9:16:04 AM PDT by sionnsar

These six sessions were designed by Institute Vice President and former Dean of Berkeley Divinity School Philip Turner to be used by parish clergy as a resource for six sessions of adult education to inform congregations in an intelligent and sensible way about the current conflicts facing our church: what is at the heart of the debate and what is at stake.

Introduction Session I
The Focus of Christian Ethics: Three Views Session II
Where Do We Begin Session III
Death: A Point of Definition for Christians in a new Century Session V
The Rise of the Phoenix or the End of the Dodo? Session VI


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