Bioethics and the church

Technology, martyrdom, and the moral significance of the ordinary

Authors

  • Chris K. Huebner Canadian Mennonite University

Keywords:

beginning of life, ethics, bioethics, church

Author Biography

Chris K. Huebner, Canadian Mennonite University

Chris K. Huebner is assistant professor of theology and ethics at Canadian Mennonite University. He has published several essays on what theology might look like if it were not dedicated to the technological imperative of mastering contingency, most recently “Globalization, Theory, and Dialogical Vulnerability: John Howard Yoder and the Possibility of a Pacifist Epistemology,” in Mennonite Quarterly Review 76 (2002): 46–62.

Published

2003-04-01

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