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Christian Faith and Human Rights: The Pascal Lectures, 1987

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Summary

In 1987, Dr. Montgomery delivered the annual Pascal Lectures at the University of Waterloo. In clear, precise, and easy-to-understand language, he details why the inter-relationship between human rights and Christian theology is so critical.

He explains why the justification for human rights can be founded only on a revelation that transcends human knowledge. He then provides reasons why Christians, on the basis of that revelation, should be keenly interested and active in human rights issues.

These lectures are based on Dr. Montgomery's book, Human Rights and Human Dignity (Canadian Institute for Law, Theology and Public Policy, 1995).

An EChristian, Inc. production.

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