An Appeal To The Christian Professing World Or The Doctrine Of Three Co Equal Divine Persons In The Godhead Examined And Compared With The Word Of Truth In Various Arguments Tending To Prove That The Father Is The On Y True God That Jesus Is The Anointed And Only Begotten Son Of God And That The Holy Ghost Is The Spirit Of God Likewise An Answer To An Anonymous Pamphlet Entitled What Think Ye Of Christ To Which Is Added An Appendix Together With A Letter Addressed To Mr Huntington Requesting His Answer To This Publication

Autor: Samuel MANSELL
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Hypocrisy Inc

Autor: Rosemary Agonito
Publisher: CreateSpace
ISBN: 9781470159108
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"This surprising and informative expose examines what the Gospels actually say about social and family values, demonstrating how far they deviate from evangelical "Christian" values. The book explores how evangelicals use their values to establish a political, social, and economic ideology that exerts great power on American culture, politics, law, and policy in a way that threatens our freedoms and form of government."-back cover.

Political Hypocrisy

Autor: David Runciman
Publisher: Princeton University Press
ISBN: 0691148155
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A critical assessement of the problems of sincerity and truth in politics argues that we should accept hypocrisy as a fact of politics without resigning ourselves to it or embracing it, drawing on the lessons of such thinkers as Hobbes, Mandeville, Jefferson, Bentham, Sigwick, and Orwell.

Why Everyone Else Is A Hypocrite

Autor: Robert Kurzban
Publisher: Princeton University Press
ISBN: 0691154392
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We're all hypocrites. Why? Hypocrisy is the natural state of the human mind. Robert Kurzban shows us that the key to understanding our behavioral inconsistencies lies in understanding the mind's design. The human mind consists of many specialized units designed by the process of evolution by natural selection. While these modules sometimes work together seamlessly, they don't always, resulting in impossibly contradictory beliefs, vacillations between patience and impulsiveness, violations of our supposed moral principles, and overinflated views of ourselves. This modular, evolutionary psychological view of the mind undermines deeply held intuitions about ourselves, as well as a range of scientific theories that require a "self" with consistent beliefs and preferences. Modularity suggests that there is no "I." Instead, each of us is a contentious "we"--a collection of discrete but interacting systems whose constant conflicts shape our interactions with one another and our experience of the world. In clear language, full of wit and rich in examples, Kurzban explains the roots and implications of our inconsistent minds, and why it is perfectly natural to believe that everyone else is a hypocrite.