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Categories : Christian Response / Social Issues, Roland Chia
Biomedical Ethics and the Church (OUT OF STOCK)

Product Description

“In that spirit of providing invaluable help, Dr Chia has written a book on bioethics with
clarity and depth to help the churches, Christians, medical professionals and others to
become acquainted with Christian ethical foundations in medicine and health care and to
explore specific issues more deeply.”

Bishop Dr Robert Solomon
Vice President and Chairman, Life Sciences Committee,
National Council of Churches of Singapore

This book provides a basic theological and ethical frame-work within which Christians can responsibly reflect on issues such as cloning and the use of human stem cells for research and therapy. Although the issues relate directly to biomedical sciences and medicine, the principles delineated are relevant for evaluating other aspects of biotechnology. This book also invites the Church to engage with these important developments by helping her members understand the issues and concerns, and by being an active and responsible participant  in public debates. It is written with the conviction that Christian views on these issues can enrich public understanding of their implications and contribute to the common good of society.

ISBN 13:
ISBN 10:
Size:
No. of Pages:
978-981-4270-21-2
981-4270-21-0
229 by 152 mm
240 pages

Additional Information

Weight 0.325 kg

Retail Price : $19.26
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Product Description

“In that spirit of providing invaluable help, Dr Chia has written a book on bioethics with
clarity and depth to help the churches, Christians, medical professionals and others to
become acquainted with Christian ethical foundations in medicine and health care and to
explore specific issues more deeply.”

Bishop Dr Robert Solomon
Vice President and Chairman, Life Sciences Committee,
National Council of Churches of Singapore

This book provides a basic theological and ethical frame-work within which Christians can responsibly reflect on issues such as cloning and the use of human stem cells for research and therapy. Although the issues relate directly to biomedical sciences and medicine, the principles delineated are relevant for evaluating other aspects of biotechnology. This book also invites the Church to engage with these important developments by helping her members understand the issues and concerns, and by being an active and responsible participant  in public debates. It is written with the conviction that Christian views on these issues can enrich public understanding of their implications and contribute to the common good of society.

ISBN 13:
ISBN 10:
Size:
No. of Pages:
978-981-4270-21-2
981-4270-21-0
229 by 152 mm
240 pages

Additional Information

Weight 0.325 kg