Academic and rigorous in its approach, and written with characteristic verve, Morality, Autonomy, and God is a significant contribution to the field of moral philosophy and the current debate about the link between religion and morality is todayâs world.
About: In Morality, Autonomy, and God, acclaimed philosopher-theologian Keith Ward argues a strong controversial thesis: that morality is not autonomous, and that theistic morality is deeply rational and of critical importance, especially in modern societies.
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