This book has been designed as a handbook for teaching ethics, as well as a volume for personal reading. As a text, it may be suitable for final years of secondary school (especially in Ethics and Religion in Society), first years of university study, and for theological students.
The book contains the personal views of the author, gathered over many years of study and public policy debate.
Some of the topics included in this book are 'When does life begin?', 'Family formation', 'Using of donated genetic material', 'Respect for the human body', Public responsibility for health care', 'Euthanasia and AIDS'... and much more.
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The launch of the Australian edition of Hayley Reynold’s ‘My Brother’s Shadows‘ on June 12th at Melbourne’s Peter MacCallum Cancer Hospital was attended by about thirty people. The Reverend David Dawes, the head of Peter Mac’s Pastoral Care department, … Continue reading →
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