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Ten Universal Principles
Former Legatus chaplain Father Spitzer lays out principles for life and its meaning . . .
Many people rely on their religious beliefs to answer questions about human life and its meaning. But not everyone accepts religious premises or spiritual authorities. Father Spitzer discusses arguments that don’t presuppose agreement on religious grounds.
In a highly readable and lucid style, he sets out 10 basic principles that govern the reasonable person’s thinking and acting about life issues. Legatus’ former international chaplain, Fr. Spitzer provides an intelligent outline for thinking and talking about human life.