In this careful and thoughtful treatment J.P. Moreland and Scott B. Rae provide a reasonable and biblically accurate depiction of human personhood, relating it to crucial ethical concerns that affect each of us.
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Review 1 for Body & Soul: Human Nature & the Crisis in Ethics
Date:August 28, 2001
Very good exposition of the Aristotelian/Thomistic dualist perspective, and what ethically follows from that perspective. The first section may be difficult, but the reader should work through it to fully grasp the implications that are worked out in the second section. Much better (IMHO) than Whatever Happened to the Soul by Murphy, et al.
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Review 2 for Body & Soul: Human Nature & the Crisis in Ethics
Date:March 6, 2001
For a much more comprehensive, informed and intellectually plausible analysis see either "Whatever Happened to the Soul?" by Brown and Murphy.