Dogmatic Truths: What Dogs Teach Us About Life
The human relationship with dogs is older and more unique than that of humans with any other animal. This book is an exploration of this relationship from the personal perspective of the author, with the added insight of others who lovingly testify to the many ways dogs have enriched their lives. It includes stories of the roles dogs have played in the lives of saints and details the many services they render to human beings in general. Finally, the text explores the virtues, (yes virtues) dogs can teach us which have such immeasurable capacity to enrich our lives.
Spencer Boudreau is a retired professor from the Faculty of Education at McGill University in Montreal. During his time as a member of the Faculty, he held several positions: Director of the Office of Student Teaching, Associate Dean of Students, and for the last five years of his career, he was appointed the ombudsperson for students. He has a doctoral degree in religious studies and has published in the area of religious history and literacy. He is married, has four children, and currently lives on Montreal’s South Shore.
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