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by Edwin C. Hui
Edwin C. Hui draws on his training as both a medical doctor and . .At the Beginning of Life: Dilemmas in Theological Bioethics (Christian Classics Bible Studies).
Edwin C.Edwin C. Hui draws on his training as both a medical doctor and a theologian to show how a Christian understanding of personhood sheds light on contemporary biomedical dilemmas. 083082667X (ISBN13: 9780830826674).
Edwin Hui, a professor of biomedical ethics and Christianity, presents a technically informed and sophisticated study regarding beginning of life issues from a theological perspective. Through a comprehensive survey of the personhood controversy, Hui argues for a multidimensional unity which then serves as the framework for discussing assisted reproductive technologies (ARTs) and abortion.
Hui, Edwin C. Bibliographic Citation. Downers Grove, IL: InterVarsity Press, 2002.
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The Judeo-Christian teaching that human life is valuable drives us to consider health care that may not be cost effective. In this Bible study we look at the biblical roots of a Christian approach to food. Genesis 20:1–13; 2 Chronicles 16:1–14; Ecclesiastes 3:1–2; Matthew 4:1–4; Luke 4:1–4, 8:40–42, 51–55, 9:24, 12:25; Romans 14:8; 2 Timothy 3:10–12, 4:6–8. Have our decisions concerning life and death become so secularized that we are blindly worshiping at the altar of physical existence where the length of life is a higher priority than its quality? Session Seven.
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In conclusion, Christian Bioethics excels in providing information to.31) The Bible is the beginning of the Christians inquiry into any ethical discussion.
In conclusion, Christian Bioethics excels in providing information to pastors and laymen. Though it does so in a strange format, with inconsistent emphasis on practical ethics and theology, Mitchell and Riley provide a valuable entry to Christian thought in these difficult realms. Whether it is life that begins at the moment of conception in the womb (chapter 3) or it is life at its end (chapter 4), all of life has value. This especially comes to light when discussing the sanctity of human life and the issue of abortion. We are asking ourselves, What does God say about this?