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Which Medical Ethics for the 21st Century?

Everyday we read and hear about the constant onslaught of controversial medical issues, e.g., euthanasia, physician-assisted suicide, test-tube babies, cloning and stem cell research, creating monsters in the lab, etc. it is all coming down very fast and we will all have to make decisions about these and many other issues not even imagined yet in the 21st Century.

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When We Were Philosopher Kings

As a practitioner of a new medical specialty known as clinical ethics, Jonathan Moreno joins the burgeoning cadre of academics who are making the leap from the blackboard to the bedside.

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Evolutionary Confusion

The trouble with evolution as an account of the way things work is that, if it is wrong, then a Creator must exist. There is no way around it. No wonder atheists are frightened.

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Teach Evolution And Ask Hard Questions

In response to the recent Kansas Board of Educations decision not to teach the Theory of Evolution, Michael Behe's New York Times editorial argues that we should teach Darwins elegant theory, but also be willing to discuss where it has real problems accounting for the data and where scientists seem to be engaged in wishful thinking.

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The Pope and the Apes

The Church has no problem with evolution so long as divine causality is not excluded. In October of 1996, Pope John Paul II delivered a message to the Pontifical Academy of Sciences regarding the theory of evolution.

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