“Conscience and It’s Enemies: Confronting the Dogmas of Liberal Secularism” is one of the best articulations of today’s battle over religious liberty and traditional morality. Dr. Robert George’s clarity and insight is indispensable for understanding where we have been, where we are going, and what paths we could be traveling down if we fail to action on the leading morality challenges facing as individuals and citizens. Pass by this book and it’s message at your own risk.
As the book description states: “In defending what James Madison called the “sacred rights of conscience”—rights for which government shows frightening contempt—George grapples with today’s most controversial issues: abortion and infanticide, same-sex marriage, genetic manipulation, euthanasia and assisted suicide, religion in politics, judicial activism, and more. His brilliantly argued essays rely not on theological claims or religious authority but on established scientific facts and a philosophical tradition that extends back to Plato and Aristotle.”
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“One of the most incisive legal and moral thinkers working today.” —First Things
“One of contemporary conservatism’s intellectual pinups.” —George F. Will
“Professor George has helped strengthen our nation’s system of ordered liberty by exploring enduring questions of American constitutional law and Western political theory.” —President George W. Bush, in awarding the Presidential Citizens Medal