Does God Need Our Help?: Cloning, Assisted Suicide, & Other Challenges in Bioethics
The Vital Questions series presents the thinking of knowledgeable, qualified authors on “vital questions” that Christians should be able to discuss intelligently. These concise books provide to-the-point answers and present the author's viewpoint, while allowing room for reader thought and disagreement.
Cloning: Does God Need Our Help? Stem cell research . . . cloning . . . end-of-life issues . . . infertility treatments . . . These topics are splashed across the media nearly every day. What does it all mean, and how are Christians to respond? In this important book, respected authors in the bioethics field not only inform readers of the latest advances in biotechnology but clearly state the biblical principles by which Christians can judge how these technologies are used. This book emerges from the collaborative research on biotechnology and ethics sponsored by the Center for Bioethics and Human Dignity.
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