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CedarEthics: New Student Papers

January 27, 2015

The Center for Bioethics announces the latest edition in our online journal of outstanding student bioethics papers: : CedarEthics, Volume 14, Number 1. The new issue features the following interesting papers: Virtue Ethics and Abortion, by Jacob Countryman A Grounded Natural Law, by Benjamin German Charity as a Moral Duty,... View Article

Persons Created in the Image of God

January 20, 2015

(by Dr. Heather Kuruvilla) Lately, I have been asking myself an important question: do I truly believe that human persons are created in the image of God?  Or am I merely giving intellectual assent to this pivotal truth? In the Creation-Fall-Redemption narrative of Scripture, our status as beings created in... View Article

Affirming Life Amid Chronic Pain

January 12, 2015

  (by Dr. Heather Kuruvilla) Roughly 100 million Americans deal with chronic pain. The statistics belie an enormous economic and personal cost. Studies indicate that chronic pain remains undertreated, and in many cases, its causes are poorly understood. There are plenty of resources online designed for chronic pain patients, their... View Article