E 146 Foundations for Medical Ethics

Current discussions about medical ethics often focus on who can make decisions and why—but fail to address the more fundamental question of the purpose of medicine.

This study looks at key theological themes from the Old and New Testaments to provide a framework for ethical reflection—not simply reconfiguring the questions.
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Author: Revd Sean Doherty

The Revd Sean Doherty is curate of St Gabriel, Cricklewood, and working on a doctorate on methodology and economic ethics at Oxford. Before training for ordination he worked for USPG and Barclays Bank. He and his wife Gaby (who is a youth minister) have a baby daughter.

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