E 122 The Ethics of Human Cloning (2001)

Dolly is here to stay - we cannot uninvent the technology of cloning. And yet as a society our ability for technological development continues to outstrip our capacity for ethical reasoning about the use of these technologies.

Abreast of all recent events and research, this booklet sets out the debate, explains technical terms clearly, draws out the theological issues, and shows what Christians have to contribute to the discussion. It navigates a clear path through this complex ethical minefield.
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Author: Revd Dr Neil Messer

Neil did research in molecular biology before being ordained in the United Reformed Church. He has worked in ministerial training and taught Christian Ethics in Oxford, Salisbury and Birmingham, and is Lecturer in Christian Theology at the University of Wales, Lampeter.

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