- Author:Jack Dominian
- Publisher:Darton,Longman & Todd Ltd (March 1985)
- Pages:176 pages
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The Capacity to Love book.
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Find nearly any book by Jack Dominian. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. The Church and the sexual revolution, (A Libra book). ISBN 9780232511529 (978-0-232-51152-9) Softcover, Darton, Longman and Todd, 1971. Find signed collectible books: 'The Church and the sexual revolution, (A Libra book)'.
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Jack Deeney has served as Partner in two major international management consulting firms, as General . The Lion Dominion is a fast-moving and nuanced thriller.
Jack Deeney has served as Partner in two major international management consulting firms, as General Manager of a subsidiary of one of the world's largest financial institutions and has had several businesses of his own. As such, he has traveled and spoken extensively while serving clients on four continents. Set primarily in Jamaica with side scene in Korea and New York City, the book centers on Alex, a young businessman who is duped into a CIA plot by an old friend. The story has everything: romance, vividly etched characters, treachery, and a plot with more twists and turns that an Egyptian belly-dancer on smack.
The Capacity to Love. Mahwah, NJ: Paulist, 1985. Love Bade Me Welcome. New York: Paulist, 1985.
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By: Jack Dominian, Hugh Montefiore. This book by a distinguished Roman Catholic marital counsellor and senior consultant at the Central Middlesex Hospital, and the former Anglican Bishop of Birmingham, who was also Chairman of the Church of England's Board for Social Responsibility, arose out of the Margaret Harris lectures given in Dundee in 1988. It is probably the first time that a Roman Catholic and an Anglican have joined forces in this way, and the result is an important contribution to the discussion of sexual ethics today.