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E 176 Interrogational Torture: Can Saving Lives Justify Its Use?

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There is sharp disagreement over whether it is ever right to use torture as part of the interrogation of terrorists—and that disagreement extends to Christians too.

In this timely study, the author explores the whole range of ethical issues, and in particular whether the consequences of action can determine the right ethical decision.

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Author: David Kibble

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