Citizens of the Broken Compass

Citizens of the Broken Compass

This collection of essays aims at promoting dialogue between groups that have become polarized over issues such as: human rights, same-sex marriage and religion.

Citizens of the Broken Compass

This collection of essays aims at promoting dialogue between groups that have become polarized over issues such as: human rights, same-sex marriage and religion.

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May 29, 2015
978-1-78279-954-2

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May 29, 2015
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Ethics & moral philosophy, Religion & science, Sociology (general)

Synopsis

Citizens of the Broken Compass is a collection of articles dealing with a range of topics from the theory of evolution to human rights.
Intelligent yet accessible, it aims at promoting dialogue about the growing discrepancy between our technological achievements and our ethical sensitivities; proposing the ethical disorientation in society cannot be separated from the religious confusions stemming from a radical, fundamentalist view of Christianity.

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