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Annotated - Expository Writing Patrick Moran Annotated Bibliography 1 Coogan Michael D(Ed(2001 The New Oxford Annotated Bible(3rd Edition New York

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Expository Writing Patrick Moran 4-23-06 Annotated Bibliography 1. Coogan, Michael D. (Ed.). (2001) The New Oxford Annotated Bible (3 rd Edition) New York: Oxford U Press. The Bible is the most rational place to start in study of moral questions in Western Civilization. As a Primary source for the foundations of modern democratic social and political thought it is unrivaled. Quotes from the four gospels and the Apocrypha of the New Testament supported by excerpts from traditional Jewish law in the Pentateuch serve as the base for my moral argument against capital punishment. 2. Morgan Michael L. (Ed.). (1996) Plato. Crito and The Republic in Classics of Moral and Political Theory. (2 nd Edition) Indianapolis: Hackett Pub. Also a Primary source for our modern democratic system is the philosophy of reason adopted by Socrates and his student Plato. Building on the spiritual and religious foundation laid through The Bible is the practical reason found in the discussion of a perfect society in the Republic as well as Socrates’ own musings on death and
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Annotated - Expository Writing Patrick Moran Annotated Bibliography 1 Coogan Michael D(Ed(2001 The New Oxford Annotated Bible(3rd Edition New York

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