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Book Pages: 128 - Publish Date: 1999 - Publisher: Church House Publishing
Description: This collection of essays was commissioned by the Board for Social Responsibility to help Christians consider the issue of vulnerability in the prison context. Each chapter is written by an expert and the concluding chapters deal with prison chaplaincy and the theology of vulnerability.
Book Pages: 80 - Publish Date: 1967 - Publisher: Unknown
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Book Pages: 30 - Publish Date: 1983 - Publisher: Unknown
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Book Pages: 70 - Publish Date: 1965 - Publisher: Unknown
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Book Pages: 240 - Publish Date: 1997 - Publisher: Church House Publishing
Description: This report draws on a wide consultation with church groups, individuals and organizations. It reviews the teachings and insights of Scripture and the Christian tradition about families; sets out the facts and figures of contemporary family life; examines issues such as lone-parent families, cohabitation and family breakdown; and makes suggestions about how the Church and the government can help to encourage stable, faithful and committed relationships, and build a society where families can flourish.
Book Pages: 94 - Publish Date: 1999 - Publisher: Church House Publishing
Description: Cybernauts Awake! explains what cyberspace is and what we can do in it, and explores the dreams and dangers at the heart of the digital age. It is an essential read for all those who wish to learn how to use cyberspace wisely and well, according to Christian principles.
Book Pages: 7 - Publish Date: 1985 - Publisher: Unknown
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Book Pages: 94 - Publish Date: 2000 - Publisher: Church House Publishing
Description: An investigation of the moral, theological, clinical and legal arguments for and against voluntary euthanasia. It considers real cases, locating the issues in their clinical context, and concludes that the case for legalizing voluntary euthanasia is not one that can be supported.
Book Pages: 186 - Publish Date: 1992 - Publisher: Unknown
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Book Pages: 70 - Publish Date: 1987-01 - Publisher: Unknown
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