The Awesome Power of Choice
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Current Issue: The Awesome Power of Choice
Vol. XXXIV — No. 3
Essays from around the World
- Editor’s NoteClassic and Remarkable: The Theologian Courageous Enough to Change Mary E. Hunt reviews Daniel C. Maguire’s A Merry Memoir of Sex, Death, and Religion.
- The Wall of Separation: Freedom of and From Religion
Sarah Lipton-Lubet and Dena Sher review Andrew Koppelman’s Defending American Religious Neutrality.
- Europe: A Secular Space with Room for Religion
Pierre-Arnaud Perrouty reviews Peter Cumper and Tom Lewis’s Religion, Rights and Secular Society: European Perspectives.
- Business and Politics First, Women Second: The FDA’s Drug Approval Process
Kelly C. Cleland reviews Melissa Haussman’s Reproductive Rights and the State: Getting the Birth Control, RU-486, and Morning-After Pills and the Gardasil Vaccine to the U.S. Market.
- ‘A Tragedy in Three Parts’: The Sex Abuse Scandal in the Catholic Church
Bill Williams reviews Michael D’Antonio’s Mortal Sins: Sex, Crime and the Era of Catholic Scandal.
A list of new and noteworthy books
In their own words: Supporters and Critics of the church speak
Index: Abortion Costs Around the World