The Right to be Human in the Old Testament: a Study in Isaiah 5 by Chris Sugden
Transformation 1995 (Vol. 12, No. 2, page 30)
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At the launch of “Religious Approaches to Human Rights” in a House of Commons Committee room on March 9th, 2016 the author of the report, Dr Martin Davie gave this introduction to the report – At the launch of “Religious Approaches to Human Rights” in a House of Commons Committee room on March 9th, the author of the report, Dr Martin Davie gave this introduction to the report.
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R Adhar and I Leigh, Religious Freedom in the Liberal State, 2nd ed., Oxford 2013.*
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