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A Glass Darkly

Medicine and Theology in Further Dialogue

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Edited By D. Gareth Jones and R. John Elford

This book is a sequel to the first volume of New International Studies in Applied Ethics and includes essays from some of the same contributors. Like the previous volume, the book explores the interface between medicine and theology. The essays demonstrate the complementarity evident between the two and examine how those coming from different theological traditions are able to provide helpful insights. Points of disagreement, and their crucial role in contributing to an understanding of the complexities of the debate, are acknowledged.
Much of the discussion focuses on use of the Bible. The contributors show an awareness of the pastoral necessity of providing access to new medical technologies for those in need. Out of this emerges a positive view of some of the human benefits of modern medicine and the ways in which Christian theology can engage with it constructively. The discussion throughout is related to the wider literature in the field.

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Contents R. John Elford Introduction 1 Part One The Problem and the Resources 7 D. Gareth Jones The Biomedical Technologies: Prospects and Challenges 9 R. John Elford Aspects of Theological Ethics 33 Part twO Roman Catholic Responses 59 Celia Dean...

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