Subject: Science

The War on Humans By Wesley J. Smith
110 pages | ISBN 978-1-936599-26-4
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The War on Humans

The environmental movement has helped produce significant improvements in the world around us—from cleaner air to the preservation of natural wonders such as Yellowstone.  But in recent years, environmental activists have arisen who regard humans as Public Enemy Number One. In this provocative book, Wesley J. Smith exposes efforts by […]

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Traipsing into Evolution: Intelligent Design and the <em>Kitzmiller vs. Dover</em> Decision By Casey Luskin, David K. DeWolf and John G. West
124 pages | ISBN 978-0-963865-49-6
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Traipsing into Evolution: Intelligent Design and the Kitzmiller vs. Dover Decision

Traipsing into Evolution critiques federal judge John E. Jones’s decision in the Kitzmiller v. Dover case, the first trial to address the constitutionality of teaching intelligent design in public schools.

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Urged On by Christ: Catholic Health Care in Tension with Contemporary Culture By Edward J. Furton
218 pages | ISBN 978-0-935372-52-6
Paper Paper Retail Price: $19.95



Urged On by Christ: Catholic Health Care in Tension with Contemporary Culture

As the largest non-profit provider of health care in the United States, the Catholic health care system often finds itself in conflict with a broader culture that does not appreciate the perennial values that gave birth to the idea of the hospital. These essays discuss the current challenges to Catholic identity and some of the moral questions that are at the root cause of that conflict.

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Walk as Children of Light: The Challenge of Cooperation in a Pluralistic Society By Edward J. Furton and Louise A. Mitchell
287 pages | ISBN 9780935372465
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Walk as Children of Light: The Challenge of Cooperation in a Pluralistic Society

The writers in this volume seek ways in which to cooperate with a wider culture does not necessarily share the moral vision of the Catholic Church. How does one provide health care in cooperation with others who sometimes hold view diametrically opposed to those advanced by the Church and the Western tradition?

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