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The Befuddled Stork: Helping Persons of Faith Debate Beginning-Of-Life Issues

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The Befuddled Stork is the third in a series helping persons of faith think theologically as they struggle with contemporary ethical issues. This book focuses on reproductive technology, abortion, and human cloning.Each part of the book is introduced by a person with clinical/scientific experience who gives basic information about the subjects addressed: reproductive techn ...more
Paperback, 240 pages
Published April 30th 2000 by Abingdon Press (first published March 2000)
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Keith Madsen
An excellent book on such beginning-of-life ethical issues as abortion, in vitro fertilization, the potential for cloning and genetic engineering. Articles are written from different perspectives, and yet each one is well thought-out. There was a refreshing lack of name-calling and black-and-white thinking.
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