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E 182 The Quest for Perfection: Seeking to be Better than Well

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The quest for perfection is seen everywhere in Western culture, driven by an obsession with appearance and a narrative of progress. It drives us to seek perfect bodies, perfect babies and perfect brains.

This detailed and persuasive study, based on extensive research and reflection, explores the origins of this quest, how it distorts the idea of humanity made in the image of God, and how the good news of Jesus equips us to engage with it.

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Author: Rhona Knight

Rhona Knight was a GP for 25 years, with special interests in medical ethics and education. For many years she has written and spoken on medical ethics to Christian and non-Christian audiences, to enable understanding of and engagement with established and emerging ethical challenges.

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