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Human Rights and the Christian

Gerard Charmley

The concept of human rights grew out of a theistic (but not always Christian) view of there being a creator who shows man what is good.  In the modern world however, where people do not wish to acknowledge God, the concept has been largely drained of any religious content, and has been made a substitute for the law of God, supporting all sorts of ungodly ideas.  This book examines the development and concept of human rights and compares it with the Scriptural principles by which a Christian should live.


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