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Made in Whose Image: Genetic Engineering and Christian Ethics Hardcover – October 1, 1999


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Who decides what genetic experiments should be done, and on what basis? Who should fund genetic research? Are reproductive decisions solely private? Should human eggs and sperm be sold on the open market and for whatever price the market will bear? Is it possible to safety-test genetically engineered crops?

The ability of medical science to clone and perhaps predetermine characteristics of certain species conflicts dramatically with many claims of the religious establishment. Opening with a description of various developments in plant, animal, and human genetics, MADE IN WHOSE IMAGE? highlights the progress genetic research has achieved, its future promise, and its social impact. The developments are analyzed from the perspective of Christian ethics, as expounded by Roman Catholic and Protestant theorists, to give an overview of crucial ethical issues.

In reviewing the advances of genetic research, noted religion and ethics professor Thomas A. Shannon covers general ethical themes, such as the value of life, materialism, freedom, individuality, the concept of nature, and health and disease. In addition, he discusses problems in genetic engineering and misconceptions of the church. Shannon explores prenatal diagnosis, gene therapy, genes and behavior, freedom and responsibility, and the Human Genome Project. The volume concludes with a powerful and groundbreaking methodological discussion of how to approach ethical problems in genetic engineering. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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Thomas A. Shannon is professor of religion and social ethics at Worcester Polytechnical Institute, Worcester, Massachusetts, and the author of more than twenty books in the field of ethics, particularly medical ethics. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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