SIN, LIBERTY AND LAW by

SIN, LIBERTY AND LAW

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KIRKUS REVIEW

greatest sin of our time is that it is losing the very concept of sin."" II spoke those words, it has become increasingly evident that the concept being lost so much as it is being radically revised. This is the first for a general audience which takes that revision into account and in which the sense of sin is evolving, particularly with respect continuing emphasis on the primacy of the individual conscience and of the individual. The author first explains the various levels at may be considered, then examines the relationship of freedom and of the law and the situation, and the relationship of this work is so written as to be intelligible to the its immediate audience among priests engaged in parish as a practical guide to one of the most perplexing problems trends is morel theology.

Pub Date: Sept. 22nd, 1965
Publisher: Sheed & Ward