What is a human being? Is there such a thing as human nature? How should Christian theology respond to modern conceptions of autonomy and will, body and soul, gender and sex? What common ground exists between Protestant and Catholic theology in the face of modern, secular ideologies? What can Protestants learn from Roman Catholic thinkers such as Prudence Allen and John Paul II? How should Humanae Vitae be evaluated today, fifty years after its publication?
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