Not Paul, but Jesus
The Floating Press, 1 feb. 2014 - 411 pagina's
Philosopher and scholar Jeremy Bentham played an important role in the early formation of judicial philosophy and philosophy of law. He is also credited as playing a key part in the development of the moral philosophy known as utilitarianism, in which an action's justness is judged based on its ability to have a positive impact on the greatest number of people. Bentham brings both of these domains to bear in this fascinating look at the Apostle Paul.
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