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Entries Tagged as 'bioethics'

Stem-Cell Research Stymied

July 19th, 2006 by Jason · 8 Comments

Bush today vetoed a bill that had been passed by the House and Senate. The bill made available for research those embryos which had been created as part of in vitro fertilization (IVF), but which have no chance of being implanted in the mother and thus will be discarded. Stem cell research has always been […]

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Ethics, the Bible, and Health Care

June 27th, 2005 by Jason · 6 Comments

I decided to do my final paper for my Ethics of Life and Death class on health care for a few reasons: I knew next to nothing about the state of health care in America (I’m a spoiled twenty something who’s never really had to worry about it) I had no clue how Scripture should […]

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Dying Well

June 14th, 2005 by Jason · 3 Comments

What do I think is a good death? How would I like to die? What would make for a bad death? These are all questions which have been on my mind since 9/11. A bit morbid, I suppose, but I think they are questions worth asking, especially in a culture which often talks about death […]

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Abortion: The Questions, Bioethical Issues, and Scripture

April 29th, 2005 by Jason · 6 Comments

There’s certainly no end to the number of excellent articles about abortion in the blogosphere. Hugo has posted a number of times about his struggle to maintain a consistent life ethic. Glen Stassen, a professor from Fuller, put many pro-life advocates up in arms when he suggested that addressing economic issues may do more to […]

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