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Caring for the silent stranger: Ethical hospital care for non-English speaking patients
The past generation's revolution in medical ethics has had a tremendous impact on the definition of the therapeutic relationship. Where the traditional virtuous physician motivated by philanthropy once practiced "therapeutic ...
The doctrine of sin in ecumenical perspective: A comparison of Karl Barth and Karl Rahner
According to Hans Kung, Roman Catholic and Protestant theologians have reached fundamental agreement on the doctrine of justification. If this is so, then we can also expect to find such agreement on the doctrine of sin, ...