Life's Worth

Life's Worth

Finally, Dyck shows that the moral structure undergirding our system of law is compatible with the views of Christianity, and he points to certain Christian beliefs that provide comfort and hope to those who are suffering, dying, or experiencing the death of loved ones."--BOOK JACKET.


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Publisher Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing
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ISBN 9780802845948
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