A broad study of the anthropology of the Christian vocation, stressing the indispensable action of God’s grace
and presenting a unified anthropology in which theology, philosophy, and social psychology converge. Particular
attention is given to the need to see the Christian vocation not only in terms of virtue or sin, but also in terms of
the real good versus the apparent good.
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