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Body & Soul: Human Nature the Crisis in Ethics

  title={Body \& Soul: Human Nature the Crisis in Ethics},
  author={J. Moreland and S. Rae},
Body & Soul: Human Nature & The Crisis In Ethics: J.P ... "In An Age When Some Educated Christians Are Selling Out The Soul For A Mess Of Materialistic Pottage, Moreland And Rae's Body & Soul Is A Significant Restatement And Cogent Defense Of The Historic Christian Teaching About Human Nature And Responsibility. In Contrast To Typical Antidualistic Arguments, This Book Is Grounded In The Best Exegesis Of All The Relevant Biblical Material And Wellinformed By The Grand Theological Tradition… Expand
Rawls's Dangerous Idea?: Liberalism, Evolution and the Legal Requirement of Religious Neutrality in Public Schools*
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The explanatory power of the substance view of persons.
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Minister to the Body: Richard Greenham and the Other Side of Puritan Pastoral Practice
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Why the Thomistic Defense of "Brain Death" Is Not Thomistic: An Analysis from the Perspectives of Classical Philosophy and Contemporary Biophilosophy
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Faith, Reason, and the Christian University: What Pope John Paul II Can Teach Christian Academics
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God’s creatures? Divine nature and the status of animals in the early modern beast-machine controversy
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Substantial Goodness and Nascent Human Life
  • Shawn D. Floyd
  • Sociology, Medicine
  • HEC forum : an interdisciplinary journal on hospitals' ethical and legal issues
  • 2015
This essay appeals to Aquinas’s metaethics to establish the conclusion that the goodness of a human being—even if that being is an embryo or fetus—resides at the substratum of her existence. Expand
Identity, incarnation, and the imago Dei
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Destruction of the human embryo in stem cell research and the moral status of the unborn in the South African regulatory framework - a Christian assessment
One of the most prominent controversies of the last decade has been human embryo research, as obtaining stem cells typically requires the destruction of the embryo. The South African Bill of RightsExpand
What Makes Us Human , and Why It is Not the Brain : A Creationist Defense of the Soul : Discussion
Studies of the brain in neuroscience led to two claims about human beings: the brain is what makes them human, and the soul is no longer needed to explain life, consciousness, and human nature. InExpand