ST PAULS - Christians and the State - Duddington, John

Christians and the State

The place of religious freedom and the law

By Duddington, John (Author)
$6.95 AUD

In recent years, there have been several high-profile court cases which have highlighted the conflict that can arise between the law of the land and Christian belief.

Looking at the situation from a Catholic perspective, this booklet examines the relationship between the faith and secular law, answering questions such as, Is Christianity part of the law of England? and When can Christians claim exemption on grounds of conscience? The question of rendering unto God and Caesar which was put to Jesus in the gospel is still very much alive today.

John Duddington is the editor of Law and Justice, the Christian Law Review, a barrister and an Associate of the Centre for Law and Religion, University of Cardiff.



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Title:Christians and the State
Author:Duddington, John
Price:$6.95
  
A6 PB72 pages
Publisher:Catholic Truth Society UK (2012)
ISBN:9781860827815
Code:EX42
CTS Code:EX42
CTS Series:CTS Explanations
Dimensions:105 x 148 mm

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