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A great read for Christian and non-Christian alike
on May 31, 2013
As a student currently in undergrad for theology at a Catholic college with an interest in ethics, I found this book to be both approachable and a good read. I love the basic setup of showing both Singer's and the Churches Views, followed by a breakdown of what is compatible along with the differences. I am glad Dr. Camosy did not shy away from being clear where the views did not align, and found the dialogue suggested for moving forward to be wonderfully articulated.
Overall I would suggest this book to anyone who is interested in Christian Ethics, and or Peter Singer's works. This thought provoking book is miles ahead of many Christians who don't want anything to do with Singer let alone compare his thoughts to Christianity. This work is a step in the right direction of dialogue between persons of faith and those of non-faith.
A great book that in my humble opinion asks you to set aside opinions of Singer and really get to know many of his beliefs in a way that makes you critically think about your personal ethics.
A wonderful read that I suggest to all!