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  • Christianity And Modern Medicine

    $25.97

    Raises and considers common issues, cutting through the moral fog in medical science

    Christianity and Modern Medicine raises moral questions that were merely hypothetical just
    decades ago. Moreover, traditional moral models are incessantly challenged by the medical community at large, shifting the conversation to patient and societal rights within a framework of moral relativism and rendering the decision-making process morally vague and confusing.

    In Christianity and Modern Medicine, bioethicist Mark Wesley Foreman and attorney Lindsay C. Leonard delve into the major ethical issues facing today’s medical professionals with the purpose of providing principles and guidelines for making critical ethical decisions where medical knowledge, technologies, and capabilities are constantly evolving. Topics covered include:

    – procreational ethics
    – genetic ethics
    – abortion
    – medical research
    – infanticide
    – clinical ethics
    – physician-assisted suicide
    – legal issues

    While Christianity and Modern Medicine is designed specifically for students planning careers in the medical field, it is accessible to any Christian interested in steering through the moral fog in the practice of medicine today.

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  • Christian Field Guide To Technology For Engineers And Designers

    $27.99

    Our technology shapes the way we live, interact, work, play, and even worship.

    Technology and its power are both old and new–as is the wisdom we need to envision, design, build, and use it well. For Christians passionate about developing technology, it’s not always clear how their faith and work intersect. How can designing and using technology actually be a way of loving God and our neighbors? Veteran engineers and teachers Ethan Brue, Derek Schuurman, and Steve VanderLeest provide a field guide for fellow explorers working with technology. Using numerous case studies, historical examples, and personal stories, they explore issues such as:

    *biblical themes and passages that relate to technology
    *the ethics and norms involved in technology design
    *how engineering and technology tap into human dreams for a better world

    Along the way they acknowledge the challenges arising from technology but also point to the wonderful possibilities it offers us and its ability to contribute to the common good. For Christians studying and working in engineering, computer science, technical design, architecture, and related fields, this book is packed with wisdom and practical guidance. By sharing what they have learned, the authors encourage readers to ask harder questions, aspire to more noble purposes, and live a life consistent with their faith as they engage with technology.

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  • 50 Ethical Questions

    $16.99

    We cannot escape ethical questions. What Christians need is guidance to think well. In 50 Ethical Questions, J. Alan Branch addresses pointed questions regarding ethics, sexuality, marriage and divorce, bioethics, and Christian living. Readers will find biblical and reasonable guidance on their questions, including:

    What are the differences between individual and systemic racism?

    I’ve been invited to a same–sex wedding. Should I attend?

    Should Christians use vaccines from cell lines derived from aborted babies?

    I’m a Christian in an abusive marriage. What should I do?

    Is it morally permissible for a Christian to conceal–carry a firearm?

    With Branch’s help, you can navigate ethical challenges with care and conviction.

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  • Talking About Ethics

    $29.99

    An accessible introduction to ethics through engaging dialogues

    Talking About Ethics provides the reader with all of the tools necessary to develop a coherent approach to ethical decision making. Using the tools of ethical theory, the authors show how these theories play out in relation to a wide variety of ethical questions using an accessible dialogue format. The chapters follow three college students as they discuss today’s most important ethical issues with their families and friends, including:
    *Immigration
    *Capital punishment
    *Legalization of narcotics
    *Abortion
    *Premarital sex
    *Reproductive technologies
    *Gender identity
    *The environment, and many more

    The engaging dialogue format illustrates how these topics often take shape in the real world, and model critical thinking and Christian ethical decision making. Study aids in each chapter include overviews, sidebars, reflection questions, glossaries, and recommended reading. Ideal as a textbook for undergraduate ethics courses, it is also accessible enough for high school classes and personal study.

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  • Renovate : Changing Who You Are By Loving Where You Are

    $14.99

    An emerging spokesman for the urban renewal movement describes how individuals and churches can become agents for spiritual and cultural renewal.

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