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Seven Deadly Sins Explained - Origins & Evolution


A NEW UNDERSTANDING OF VIRTUE AND VICE

James Taylor
From the editor : In this timely book, James Taylor takes readers on a fascinating journey that examines the origins and evolution of the historic Seven Deadly Sins. Are those great sins still sins? If you were going to make a list of the seven most deadly sins today, what would it include? Taylor looks at traditional and contemporary notions of sin and shows how this key concept shapes our personal lives and society, for both good and ill.

A New Understanding of Virtue and Vice is must reading for anyone who wants to understand the changing face of morality and how we might work toward a better future.

Jim Taylor has given us that rare gift - a book that is eminently readable, practical, and focused on an issue none of us can afford to ignore. SIN is his best yet! -Tom Harpur author of The Uncommon Touch, and Life After Death

It's refreshing to find a level-headed discussion of a subject that is probably the most unwelcome and politically incorrect topic imaginable today. Taylor brings us to the delightful paradox that every virtue is a sin gone wrong. Readers will be pleased to discover that the real topic here is virtue in the modern world. -Eric McLuhan coauthor, with Marshall McLuhan, of Laws of Media

Pages: 254
Special Interest: Comparative & Critical Analysis, Philosophy, Psychology, Sociology, Religion, Spirituality, Social Issues.

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