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Medical Ethics Discussion

General Information Some of you may not be familiar with the term “medical ethics” and as such not really understand what you are going to be discussing. Medical Ethics has to do with evaluating the appropriateness of using controversial medical procedures. These practices may include procedures like cloning, genetic engineering, in-vitro fertilization and other assisted […]

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Medical Ethics and the Sovereignty of God

Susann is a member of Hope Protestant Reformed Church in Grand Rapids, Michigan. A 1998 Scholarship Essay. The issue of medical ethics in relation to the sovereignty of God is one that deserves much careful and deliberate consideration. Due to advanced medical knowledge and technology, questions concerning medical ethics have arisen that the Christian has […]

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Right or Wrong

There is much talk today about the new morality, often referred to as just the “old immorality.” It seems as if the human race is suffering a complete breakdown in morals. Sex is not the only frontier where morality seems to be making its last stand. The name of God is literally trampled to death, […]

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A Brief Answer to Daane

We deviate from our subject briefly this month to a subject which is also of interest. It has been the topic of conversation and discussion in our churches recently. And therefore the subject should prove to be of interest to us. We do not profess to offer a complete nor detailed criticism of Daane’s position, […]

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Ethics

A senator made an important state­ment which I wish to quote: “Much of the evil of the world is beyond the reach of the law. . . As our study of the RPC progressed we were confronted more and more with problems of ethical con­duct. . . How do we deal with those who, under […]

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