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Police Ethics and Catholic Christianity: Lying and Related Ethical Issues Within Policing
Language: en
Pages: 210
Authors: Paul Dixon
Categories: Religion
Type: BOOK - Published: 2019-11-23 - Publisher: Kenrycudden Press

Police Ethics and Catholic Christianity explores, from a Catholic Christian perspective, the ethical issues within policing of lying, discreet language, perjury, oath-taking, noble-cause corruption, police loyalty, cooperating in the wrongdoing/evil of others, conscience and the role of virtues within policing. This book has been granted the Nihil Obstat and Imprimatur
Police Ethics and Catholic Christianity
Language: en
Pages: 196
Authors: Paul Dixon (Catholic theologian)
Categories: Christian ethics
Type: BOOK - Published: 2019-09 - Publisher:

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Serve and Protect
Language: en
Pages: 198
Authors: Tobias Winright
Categories: Religion
Type: BOOK - Published: 2020-11-13 - Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers

This collection of essays on policing and the use of force, while written over the course of the last twenty-five years, remains relevant and timely. Although issues in policing and questions about excessive force and brutality have been addressed by criminologists, sociologists, philosophers, and criminal justice ethicists, only a handful
Our Violent World and the Ethics of Jesus
Language: en
Pages: 330
Authors: John Dudley Willis
Categories: Religion
Type: BOOK - Published: 2019-11-29 - Publisher: Lulu.com

This book is driven by forty years of study on 1700 years of Christian violence. The historical section, Part 1, opens with, "Christianity is the most homicidal religion in the history of the world...Half a Billion men, women, children, infants, elderly, sick, and disabled slain." You read how Christians were
Serve and Protect
Language: en
Pages: 198
Authors: Tobias Winright
Categories: Religion
Type: BOOK - Published: 2020-11-13 - Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers

This collection of essays on policing and the use of force, while written over the course of the last twenty-five years, remains relevant and timely. Although issues in policing and questions about excessive force and brutality have been addressed by criminologists, sociologists, philosophers, and criminal justice ethicists, only a handful