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Theology, May 2009 "The current enthusiasm for the "new genetics" is decisively challenged by this .
Theology, May 2009 "The current enthusiasm for the "new genetics" is decisively challenged by this important book on disability and genetics. The exaggerated claims associated with genomics is here challenged by reminding us there is nothing "wrong" with the disabled. John Swinton, and Brian Brock have drawn together an international team of the top scholars from medicine, ethics and theology to produce a unique text which will lay out the complex problems genetic technology raises, and offer fresh understandings and solutions that are theoretically significant and practically vital.
While these questions are not new to genetic counselors, the authors of Theology, Disability and the New Genetics ask them from Christian theological perspectives.
Authors and affiliations. While these questions are not new to genetic counselors, the authors of Theology, Disability and the New Genetics ask them from Christian theological perspectives. Provocative, and perhaps controversial, this attempt at science–religion dialogue may be useful for health providers to learn some theological perspectives, and perhaps for Christian theologians to glimpse the world of genetics. The book is the outcome of a 2005 symposium at University of Aberdeen Centre for Spirituality, Health and Disability.
Start by marking Theology, Disability and the New Genetics: Why .
Start by marking Theology, Disability and the New Genetics: Why Science Needs the Church as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. This book aims to explore these questions within a multidisciplinary context with a view to developing an informed practical theological perspective which can guide the theory and practice of the church as it engages with the world around the complex issues that are emerging in response to new genetic technology
Disability and the New Genetics : Why Science Needs the Church. in genetic technology promise to eradicate disease and disability
Theology, Disability and the New Genetics : Why Science Needs the Church. Recent developments in genetic technology promise to eradicate disease and disability. Such promises pose challenging questions with regard to our understanding of what it is to be human. Taking a Christian and theologically informed viewpoint, this book explores and challenges our concept of disability.
Bibliographic Citation. London/New York: T&T Clark, 2007. Critical Reflections on Stanley Hauerwas' Theology of Disability: Disabling Society, Enabling Theology . Swinton, John (2004). Related Items in Google Scholar.
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Brian Brock (born 1970) is a Scottish/American theologian He is the author of over twenty essays in theology.
Brian Brock (born 1970) is a Scottish/American theologian Professor. Baytown, Texas, US. Nationality He is the author of over twenty essays in theology journals including International Journal of Systematic Theology, Studies in Christian Ethics, and Surveillance and Society.
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Quoted in John Swinton and Brian Brock, ed. Theology, Disability and the New Genetics: Why Science Needs . Theology, Disability and the New Genetics: Why Science Needs the Church (2007), 1. 9. The Lure of Eugenics. Begin with an Observation ‘The consequences of advances in genetic knowledge and the huge proliferation of prenatal tests, has no. een therapy, treatment or ‘cure’ for a fetus detected as having an impairment; the anticipated outcome of a positive prenatal test for impairment remains abortion.
T & T Clark, (c)2007. Swinton, John, 1957-. Personal Name: Brock, Brian. Rubrics: Genetic engineering Religious aspects Christianity Church work with people with disabilities Christian ethics. Download PDF book format. Download DOC book format. by Michael T. Hannan. ISBN: 0669204900 Author: Hannan, Michael T. Publication & Distribution: Lexington, Mass.