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Book Reviews

Alcohol, Addiction and Christian Ethics

Stelian Paul Bodea-Barothi, MD

Published: August 31, 2008

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The misuse of alcohol is a contemporary social problem associatedwith enormous economic implications and a high tollof human suffering derived from the social, psychological, andmedical harms it generates. Most parts of the world have highalcohol-related morbidity and mortality. With his book, the firstof its kind in the series New Studies in Christian Ethics (27books published so far), Christopher Cook (coauthor of TheTreatment of Drinking Problems, 4th edition) takes the first stepin an attempt to correct a deficiency.

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Volume: 69

Quick Links: Addiction , Substance Use Disorders


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