Item description for Six Billion and More: Human Population Regulation & Christian Ethics by Susan Power Bratton & Calvin B. DeWitt...
Overview Drawing on information from demographers, economists, ecologists, and sociologists, Bratton argues that individuals should use Christian values when dealing with the regulation of human population. "Theological groundwork for developing a Christian contraceptive ethos".--Carol Benson Holst, Ministry for Population Concerns.
Susan Power Bratton draws on information from demographers, economists, ecologists, and sociologists to argue that individuals should use Christian values when dealing with the regulation of human population. In this easy-to-read analysis, the author reviews a number of issues and provides case studies and discussion questions at the end of each chapter.
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Library Journal - 03/01/1992
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Studio: Westminster John Knox Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.96" Width: 6.02" Height: 0.6" Weight: 0.84 lbs.
Release Date Mar 1, 1992
Publisher Westminster John Knox Press
ISBN 0664251862 ISBN13 9780664251864
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More About Susan Power Bratton & Calvin B. DeWitt
Bratton is Professor of Biology at Messiah College, Grantham, Pennsylvania.
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Excellent ethical analysis and theological reflection Feb 16, 2009
In this work, Bratton provides the Christian community with a stark and realistic picture of the current population crisis facing all nations of the world. She methodically examines biblical foundations for both old and new approaches to a Christian ethic of population control. Although Bratton places great responsibility on the developed nations, she also recognizes the importance of empowering the voice of the developing nations and the women in these nations. In her final analysis, Bratton's Completely Pro-life Model impressively combines Christian ideas of the sanctity of life with an ecological basis and a holistic examination of wellbeing, not just life. I greatly appreciated the candor and pragmatism of her work.