About this book
Argues that religious and theological issues should have no place in issues of public morality, euthanasia, assisted suicide and abortion. Asks, is viewing religion as the foundation of morality a dangerous mistake?
Many people today are totally indifferent to religion but religion is far from dead. Indeed religions are intensely defended and aggressively pursued. Religion is a cause for dissension and death. This is beyond dispute. This book reflects on the nature of religion and how it relates or ought to relate to the rest of life.
|Bloomsbury Academic Trade|