Basic Questions on Human Sexuality (Biobasics Series)
Four new titles in the best-selling BioBasics Series -- providing serious and straightforward answers to complex questions of social concern.Each booklet in the BioBasics series covers a controversial issue and addresses its implications for Christians and the church. The series...
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Four new titles in the best-selling BioBasics Series -- providing serious and straightforward answers to complex questions of social concern.Each booklet in the BioBasics series covers a controversial issue and addresses its implications for Christians and the church. The series answers each concern with responses that honor God and protect a humanity created in His image.Written from an evangelical Christian perspective, these books on critical issues should be read by both Christians and non-Christians. The field of bioethics raises many questions; the BioBasics Series has the answers.
William R. Cutrer (M.D., University of Kentucky) is a recognized expert in reproductive technology and medical ethics. A licensed obstetrician/gynecologist who specialized in the treatment of infertility for more than fifteen years, he also holds a graduate degree from Dallas Theological Seminary and is an ordained minister. Currently he is the Gheens Professor of Christian Ministry at The Southern Baptist Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky. He is the author of Sexual Intimacy in Marriage; Lethal Harvest; Deadly Cure and The Church Leader's Handbook: A Guide to Counseling Families and Individuals in Crisis along with a number of other books.
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Cunningham is board chair, American United For Life.
Timothy J. Demy (ThM and ThD, Dallas Theological Seminary) is the author, coauthor, and editor of numerous books and articles on history, theology, and ethics.
Gary P. Stewart (M.Div., Grace Theological Seminary; D.Min., Wheaton Theological Seminary; Th.M., Bethel Theological Seminary; M.A. Trinity International University) has authored, co-authored, and edited numerous books and articles. He is a frequent media and conference speaker on marriage. He and his wife, Kathie, have been married for twenty-three years and are the parents and grandparents of Linsay, Katie, Jeff, and Lauralyn.
John F. Kilner (PhD, Harvard) is the Franklin Forman Chair of Ethics, Professor of Bioethics and Contemporary Culture, and Director of Bioethics Programs at Trinity International University in Deerfield, Illinois. The author or editor of 20 books, Dr. Kilner served as President and CEO of The Center for Bioethics and Human Dignity in Bannockburn, Illinois from 1994--2005.