Book Review


This section offers reviews of fiction and non-fiction books relevant to bioethical discussions. In addition, this section also includes listings of fictional works organized by bioethical issue. Such listings may be useful for educators to promote discussion of popular representations of bioethical issues.


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Book Link: Begotten or Made?


In this special edition of The Bioethics Podcast, Kevin Vanhoozer, PhD, offers a short review of Oliver O’Donovan’s classic Begotten or Made? Human Procreation and Medical Technique. This review was originally  published as a Book Link by Baker Academic in Everyday Theology: How to Read Cultural Texts and Interpret Trends, a volume co-edited by Dr. Vanhoozer, along with Charles Anderson and CBHD’s Managing Director and Research Scholar, Michael Sleasman, and is used by permission.


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A Review of the novel NEXT


Editor's Note: This review originally appeared at  MercatorNet, an innovative internet magazine analyzing current affairs and key international news and trends that touch its readers’ daily lives.


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A Review of the Novel Intuition


Falsehood flies and the truth comes lingering after, so that when men come to be undeceived the jest is over and the tale has had its effect. — Jonathan Swift

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Fighting for David


 An interview with publicist Adrianna Wright.

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