Medical ethics and theology

Mary, Martin E.
April 1992
Second Opinion;Apr92, Vol. 17 Issue 4, p70
Presents an overview of essays on nine theological ethicists that have appeared in the journal Second Opinion in two generations. Providing of a clue about vocations to archaeologists of the future; Question of a hearing for religion, theology, and church in a hostile culture; Hegemony of secular rationality; Religion as `a private affair'; Common resistance to the secular theology of Jewish and Christian thinkers; Less influence of less expressive ethicists.


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