Oct 17, 2018



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Timothy P., ed.
The Best Love of the Child: Being Loved and Being Taught to Love as the First Human Right
W.B. Eerdmans Pub. Co
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Contents: Love begets love / Stephen G. Post -- When "good enough" isn't really good enough: aiming for the "best" for all young people / Peter L. Benson, Eugene C. Roehlkepartain -- Does best love of the child mean parents should facilitate a love of the sacred? / Annette Mahoney, K.I. Pargament -- Parent-child reminiscing: creating best love through sharing stories / Robyn Fivush -- Raising a loving child in late medieval and early modern Europe (1400-1700) / Steven Ozment -- The duties of love: the vocation of the child in the household manual tradition / John Witte Jr., H.M. Johnson -- The right to life and its application to the welfare of children in the canon law and the magisterium of the Catholic Church: 1878 to the present / Charles J. Reid Jr. -- Collective responsibility for children in an age of orphans / Cynthia Willett -- Original sin and Christian parenting / Richard R. Osmer -- "Best practices" for nurturing the best love of and by children: a Protestant theological perspective on the vocations of children and parents / Marcia J. Bunge -- What's love got to do with it? (pt. I): loving children in cases of divorce or death in the Jewish tradition / Michael J. Broyde -- What's love got to do with it? (pt. II): the best interests of the child in international and comparative law / Rana Lehr-Lehnardt, T. Jeremy Gunn -- Can law shape the development of unconditional love in children? / M.F. Brinig, S.L. Nock -- The best love of the child? / Don S. Browning.

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