|04-24-2011, 02:24 PM||#1|
Join Date: Jan 2010
Location: South of Germany
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Alexander, Archibald B.: Christianity and Ethics, V1. 24-Apr-2011
I could not find anything about the author but the book was published in 1914, so I assume it's at least PD in Canada.
The theory sounds good.
The object of this volume is to present a brief but comprehensive view of the Christian conception of the moral life. In order to conform with the requirements of the series to which the volume belongs, the writer has found the task of compression one of almost insurmountable difficulty; and some topics, only less important than those dealt with, have been necessarily omitted. The book claims to be, as its title indicates, simply a handbook or introduction to Christian Ethics. It deals with principles rather than details, and suggests lines of thought instead of attempting an exhaustive treatment of the subject. At the same time, in the author's opinion, no really vital question has been overlooked. The treatise is intended primarily for students, but it is hoped that it may prove serviceable to those who desire a succinct account of the moral and social problems of the present day.
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