Go(o)d in Iris Murdoch

Jacobs, Alan
February 1995
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Feb1995, Issue 50, p32
Features author Irish Murdoch and the theological importance of his novels. Views of the author on good and evil; Arguments raised by the author against moral rules; Recommendations for the transformation of Christianity into a religion.


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