The Use Of Assisted Reproductive Technology ART Is On The Rise In Our Culture As An Alternative For Couples Facing Infertility Issues And Single Women Desiring To Have Children Is It Right Morally, Ethically, Biblically To Engage This New Technology Are There Some Aspects Of ART That Are Acceptable Than Others Outside The Womb The Ethics Of Reproductive Technologies Addresses The Whole Issue Of Making Life , Providing Valuable Information, Both Theologically And Scientifically, For Christian Couples To Reflect Upon As They Consider The Various Fertility Treatments.
SCOTT RAE, Ph.D., is professor of Christian ethics and chair of the philosophy of religion and ethics department at Talbot School of Theology He s written six books, including Moral Choices An Introduction to Ethics and Beyond Integrity a Judeo Christian Approach to Business Ethics.
- 256 pages
- Outside the Womb
- Scott B. Rae
- 17 January 2018 Scott B. Rae