Medical Technology in Theological Perspective, Part 3

From Ethics at the Edge of Life

Dr. Scott Rae discusses the physical implications of various responses to infertility. Dr. Rae also confronts other answers to infertility, such as embryonic adoption, in an effort to provide a sound bioethical system for dealing with such a significant matter.

Download

Authors

  • Scott B Rae  

    • Chair, Philosophy of Religion and Ethics
    • Professor of Philosophy of Religion and Ethics

In this collection

  • Medical Technology in Theological Perspective, Part 2

    Dr. Scott Rae examines some of the problems that stem out of technologically assisted procreation. In his examination, Dr. Rae uses various examples from Scripture in order to demonstrate a set of ...

  •  

    4. Medical Technology in Theological Perspective, Part 3

    by Scott B Rae

    50:48 — September 16, 2010

    Medical Technology in Theological Perspective, Part 3

    Dr. Scott Rae discusses the physical implications of various responses to infertility. Dr. Rae also confronts other answers to infertility, such as embryonic adoption, in an effort to provide a sou...

  • 5. What is the Issue?

    by Scott Klusendorf

    52:22 — September 17, 2010

    What is the Issue?

    Professor Scott Klusendorf tackles the momentous topics of truth and the value of human life. Klusendorf suggests that the substance of these two subjects is the basis for all debate surrounding pr...

Comments on this Resource

Post a Comment 0 comments from 0 people

Post a Comment

Leave this field blank or your post will be marked as spam

Biola University
13800 Biola Ave. La Mirada, CA 90639
1-562-903-6000