Religion and medical ethics : looking back, looking forward /
edited by Allen Verhey.
Grand Rapids, Mich : Eerdmans, c1996.
vi, 152 p. ; 23 cm.
080280862X (alk. paper)
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Grand Rapids, Mich : Eerdmans, c1996.
080280862X (alk. paper)
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This collection of essays looks back at the contributions of theology to medical ethics in the past and sets an agenda for theological reflection on medical ethics in the future.
Table of Contents
Introductionp. 1
Religion and the Roots of the Bioethics Revivalp. 9
The Marginalization of Religious Voices in Bioethicsp. 19
Alien Dignity: The Legacy of Helmut Thielicke for Bioethicsp. 44
How Christian Ethics Became Medical Ethics: The Case of Paul Ramseyp. 61
Styles of Religious Reflection in Medical Ethicsp. 81
A New Era for Bioethics: The Search for Meaning in Moral Experiencep. 96
Contexts for Medical Ethics and the Challenges for Religious Voices: Reports of the Working Groupsp. 120
Some Issues and the Future of Theological Reflection: Reports of the Working Groupsp. 130
Meditation: Is the Last Word "Darkness"?p. 142
Contributorsp. 151
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