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The Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law

Religion Law

2003

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Tolstoy And The Christian Lawyer, Raymond B. Marcin Jan 2003

Tolstoy And The Christian Lawyer, Raymond B. Marcin

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It may be that there is no literate person alive in the Western world who has not heard of Count Lyof Nikolaevich Tolstoi (Tolstoy), author of what some have called the quintessential novel among all recorded literature: War and Peace. It may also be that most literate persons are aware that Tolstoy was a moralist of some renown-of great renown in his day-whose pacifist thought presaged and influenced Mohandas K. Gandhi, the great and saintly Mahatma of India. One doubts, however, whether many are aware that Tolstoy penned what is perhaps the most devastating attack in all religious literature on ...


The City Of Babel: Yesterday And Today, Raymond B. Marcin Jan 2003

The City Of Babel: Yesterday And Today, Raymond B. Marcin

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