The Befuddled Stork
- Publisher Explores different viewpoints about contemporary life issues. Includes questions for thought or discussion.
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About "The Befuddled Stork"
The Befuddled Stork is the third in a series helping persons of faith think theologically as they struggle with contemporary ethical issues. This book focuses on reproductive technology, abortion, and human cloning.^Each part of the book is introduced by a person with clinical/scientific experience who gives basic information about the subjects addressed: reproductive technology that creates "test tube babies", cloning, and abortion. Each chapter begins with an overview of that chapter's particular question, followed by two responses by persons who have differing views on the particular question that is addressed. Each part concludes with questions for thought or discussion.
Explores different viewpoints about contemporary life issues. Includes questions for thought or discussion.
Meet the Authors
Sally Geis (Ed)
Geis was founding director of the Iliff Institute for Lay and Clergy Education. She is associate cinical professor of psychiatry at the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center. A
Donald Messer (Ed)
Donald E. Messer is an educator, author, practical theologian, civil rights activist, and United Methodist clergyman recognized worldwide for his humanitarian service combating world hunger and HIV/AIDS. He is the author of 15 books, including Breaking the Conspiracy of Silence: Christian Churches and the Global AIDS Crisis and Ending Hunger Now (coauthored with Senators George McGovern and Bob Dole).