Responding to the Culture of Death
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Much more than a Primer of bioethical issues this moves the heart and crusades for Christian involvement. Explains the issues and terminology very well. Closely but fluently argued and well referenced. Presents both Biblical answer and challenge to Christians to be involved in prolife activities.
An excellent resource for those looking for Christian advice on abortion, euthanasia, cloning, and genetic engineering. Most people are confused about 'new' bioethical issues such as human cloning and genetic engineering. Many have not even thought through the 'old' bioethical issues like abortion and euthanasia. The author's conviction is that we now live in a culture of death. Much of modern medicine has gone seriously wrong and has become a threat to all men, women, and children. This book does not seek to give trite, comfortable answers. Rather, it develops a rugged bioethical framework based on principles derived from the Bible and supported by analyses of recent trends in medicine and science. Ling calls for a response of 'principled compassion' to overcome this culture of death and gain the culture of life.