Bioethics

Opportunity in the Midst of Pandemic

We are living in extraordinary times. For most of the world, the global COVID-19 pandemic is at the forefront of people’s minds. The accompanying uncertainty has been almost palpable, and people are craving every bit of information that they can get their hands on.

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185

An Interview With Wilson Jeremiah

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In this episode, the Executive Director of CBHD, Matthew Eppinette, PhD, interviews the newest Robert D. Orr Fellow, Wilson Jeremiah, ThM.

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184

Thinking Theologically About Bioethics

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Can bioethics be Christian? In the following commentary, we try to offer one perspective on how aspects of Christian theology can inform bioethics. We do not try to engage any one specific bioethical issue from a Christian perspective. Nor do we try to offer any new, groundbreaking way of thinking about bioethics from a theological perspective. Much more modestly, we seek to prime the pump by offering six loosely related points of entry into how to think about bioethics from a distinctively Christian perspective. 

Podcast Episode: 
183

The Christian Stake in Dignity and Dying | Plenary by Ravi Zacharias, PhD

The following plenary address was recorded at The Center for Bioethics & Human Dignity’s 1995 summer conference, “The Christian Stake in Dignity and Dying.” 

Podcast Episode: 
182

The Ethics of Emergency Consent Research

So for those who haven’t heard me speak before my name is Christine Toevs. I am a trauma surgeon and with all that comes with being a trauma surgeon including the ability to speak loudly. I also have a particular interest in end-of-life issues and went and got a master’s in bioethics and I also have board certification in hospice and palliative medicine. As my husband says I’m a little overqualified and I’ve started talking about maybe getting an MBA if for no other reason than to poke him. He’s like, “Really, another degree?” and I’m like, “Well, you know, you kinda get board after a while. I need a little something to do.

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