TITLE

THE NORMATIVE CONFLICT: The Conflict as Apparent

AUTHOR(S)
Sagi, Avi; Statman, Daniel
PUB. DATE
January 1995
SOURCE
Religion & Morality (978-90-5183-838-1);1995, p126
SOURCE TYPE
Book
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article discusses the notion that God is morally perfect become unjustified, associated with a true conflict between religion and morality. It says that exegetes and scholars have suggested different interpretations of the biblical stories in an attempt to save the notion of God. It mentions the use of exegetical approach to claim that God does not issue immoral commands failed to offer solutions to the normative conflict.
ACCESSION #
78201684

 

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