God, Ethics and the Human Genome: Theological, Legal and Scientific Perspectives

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Advances in genetic science and medicine over the last few decades raise questions for us all, such as: How far should we intervene in 'natural' processes? How far should we go to alleviate suffering? What constitutes a worthwhile life? What does it mean to be made in the image of God? Exploring these questions and more, God, Ethics and the Human Genome aims to equip the Church and individual Christians to engage with theological, ethical and legal issues relating to the human genome. This ground-breaking contribution to ...

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