The issue of the legalisation of the sale of transplantable human organs was recently discussed in Singapore. Advocates of the commercialisation of human organs argue that its legalisation would significantly increase the supply of organs for life-saving transplants. This book examines the ethics of human organ sale from a Christian perspective. It also explains why the National Council of Churches of Singapore is opposed to the legalisation of human organ trading. This book will help pastors, doctors, healthcare workers and lay Christians to reflect biblically and theologically on this important and complex issue.
No. of Pages:
181 by 118 mm