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Viewing New Creations With Anabaptist Eyes: Ethics of Biotechnology [Paperback]

By Roman J. Miller (Author), Beryl H. Brubaker (Author) & James C. Peterson (Author)
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Investigates the promise and perils of current genetic biotechnology. The varied authors describe the factual bases of biotechnology in a popular format, bring up the ethical problems that emerge, and provide ethical reasoning to meet those challenges. Co-published with Cascadia Publishing House, this book receives a short discount (20%).

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Viewing New Creations with Anabaptist Eyes investigates the promise and perils of current genetic biotechnology. The varied authors describe the factual bases of biotechnology in a popular format, bring up the ethical problems that emerge, and provide ethical reasoning to meet those challenges. "Now we finally have a rich resource for examining the implications of the Anabaptist tradition for bioethics, a resource that can be used alongside works from other religious traditions," says James F. Childress, Professor of Ethics; Director, Institute for Practical Ethics and Public Life, University of Virginia, in the Foreword

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Studio: Cascadia Publishing House
Pages   308
Est. Packaging Dimensions:   Length: 8.88" Width: 6.02" Height: 0.66"
Weight:   0.89 lbs.
Binding  Softcover
Release Date   Oct 28, 2005
Publisher   Pandora Press U. S.
ISBN  1931038325  
ISBN13  9781931038324  


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More About Roman J. Miller, Beryl H. Brubaker & James C. Peterson


Register your artisan biography and upload your photo! Dr. Roman J. Miller is the Daniel B. Suter Endowed Professor of Biology at Eastern Mennonite University, where he teaches courses in physiology, development biology, philosophy of science, and bioethics. Dr. Beryl H. Brubaker is provost at Eastern Mennonite University. She co-edited Bioethics and the Beginning of Life with Roman Miller. Dr. James C. Peterson is the R. A. Hope Professor of Theology and Ethics at McMaster University Divinity College and a member of the University's Research Ethics Board. His recent publications include Genetic Turning Points.

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Highly recommended read for the members of scientific community, and most especially for students with an Anabaptists background  Mar 13, 2006
Viewing New Creations With Anabaptist Eyes: Ethics Of Biotechnology deftly co-edited by the scholarly team of Roman J. Miller, (Daniel B. Sutter Endowed Professor of Biology at Eastern Mennonite University), Beryl H. Brubaker (Provost at Eastern Mennonite University), and James C. Peterson (R. A. Hope Professor of Theology and Ethics at McMaster University Divinity College). Viewing New Creations With Anabaptist Eyes provides a progressive survey of the developing potential and danger of modern biotechnology with the factual basis of modern discoveries with the context of Christian ethics. As a study of the ethics arising from Anabaptist perspectives and how current political and ethical debates of progression in the biological sciences has developed, Viewing New Creations With Anabaptist Eyes is highly recommended read for the members of scientific community, and most especially for students with an Anabaptists background.
 

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