Issue 143

THE CATHOLIC CHURCH’S CONFUSED IDEAS ABOUT STEALING

By Mark R. Crovelli Like virtually all Christian denominations, the Roman Catholic Church derives its moral philosophy in very large part from the Decalogue; that is, the set of ten moral precepts handed down from God to Moses that lay bare the moral responsibilities of man vis-à-vis God and other men. The predominant position of …

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