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Human Nature, Basis for Morality - Booklet

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“Human Nature as the Basis of Morality” discusses the foundations of morality. Learn about the natural law, human destiny and God’s plan for our happiness. This Knights of Columbus booklet will help you make sense of concepts such as conscience, free will, love, emotions, and legal freedom, and how they all fit together.

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