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The Human Genome Project. (Grove Ethics E.150).

By: BRATTON, Mark.

Price: £4.00

Publisher: Cambridge: Grove Books, 2008. 9781851746927:

Seller ID: 42410


1st impression. "This remarkable study sets out lucidly the nature of the project and the key ethical issues that arise from it. It outlines a Christian understanding of what it is to be human, and from this identifies some clear criteria by which developments in genetic engineering, including uses of HGP, might be evaluated." Pp.28. Paperback. VG. View more info

Creativity and Ownership in a Digital Age. (Grove Ethics E 154).

By: CLARK, Stewart and HOWE, Mark.

Price: £4.00

Publisher: Cambridge: Grove Books, 2009. 9781851747276:

Seller ID: 42400


1st impression. "Patent and copyright legislation was originally intended to make ideas available. But recent thinking on intellectual property rights has done the opposite, and created a situation where creators feel trapped, consumers deprived and distributors creating artificial scarcity. A proper theology of humanity suggests that we should not treat ideas as property to be owned and sold.." Pp.28. Paperback. VG. View more info

The Theological Ethics of Stanley Hauerwas. A Very Concise Introduction. (Grove E 152).

By: COFFEY, Mark.

Price: £8.00

Publisher: Cambridge: Grove Books, 2009. 9781851747092:

Seller ID: 42398


1st impression. "Stanley Hauerwas is a pugnacious but prophetic theologian whose church-centred theological ethic is attracting a new generation of emerging church leaders. This engaging study explores a wide variety of Hauerwas' themes, drawing on his published books and a large number of web articles, all listed in the comprehensive notes.Guaranteed to whet your appetite to read more of Hauerwas himself!" Pp.28. Paperback. VG. View more info

Medical Matters: The Patient's Consent. (Grove Ethics No.50).

By: COOK, David.

Price: £4.00

Publisher: Bramcote: Grove Books, 1983. 0907536409:

Seller ID: 24445


1st ed. Contents Include:- Medicine and Presuppositions: The Context and Setting of Modern Science: Consent: Medicine Ethics. Pp.20. Pbk. VG. View more info

Childbirth - A Christian Perspective. (Grove Ethics No. 43).

By: COOKE, Jenny.:

Price: £4.00

Publisher: Bramcote: Grove Books. 1981.:

Seller ID: 24446


1st ed. Contents Include:- The 'Curse of Eve' Heresay: The Science of Obstetrics: 'Natural Childbirth' and its Teachers: What Happens in Normal Labour: The Church and Ministry. Pp 25. P/b. Illustrated cover. VG. View more info

Foundations for Medical Ethics. (Grove E 146).

By: DOHERTY, Sean.

Price: £4.00

Publisher: Cambridge: Grove Books, 2007. 9781851746613:

Seller ID: 42395


1st impression. "Current discussions about medical ethics oftern 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 giving answers, but reconfiguring the questions." Pp.28. Paperback. As New. View more info

Reply to Warnock. (Grove Ethics No63).

By: HIGGINSON, Richard.:

Price: £4.00

Publisher: Bramcote: Grove Books. 1986.:

Seller ID: 24483


1st ed. Contents Include:- Childless Couples and Rootless Children: Children Without Sex: A Multiplication of Parents: Embryos - Human Beings or Guinea Pigs?: The Weakness of Warnock. Pp 24. P/b. Illustrated cover. VG. View more info

Artificial Insemination by Donor. (Grove Booklet on Ethics No. 52).

By: ISON, David.

Price: £3.00

Publisher: Bramcote, Notts, England: Grove Books, 1983. 0907536514:

Seller ID: 16325


1st ed. "The concern of this booklet is with those who experience the personal anguish behind the statistics of infertility and have to grapple with the issues it raises for them, as couples, or as their friends and counsellors." Pp.24. Paperback. VG. View more info

Women, Justice, and the Church. An Apology for Feminism. (Grove Ethics E173).

By: KIRKPATRICK, Kate.

Price: £4.00

Publisher: Cambridge: Grove Books, 2014. 9781851748976:

Seller ID: 42408


1st impression. "Despite the advances of the last century, women still face significant injustices in many spheres of life. ThIs book draws on recent scholarship to bring such injustices to light, explores their pervasive effects, and argues that it is imperative for the church to take them seriously." Pp.28. Paperback. VG. View more info

Ethical Dialogue with other Religions. (Grove Booklet on Ethics No. 27).

By: LANGLEY, Myrtle.

Price: £4.00

Publisher: Bramcote, Notts, England Grove Books, 1979.:

Seller ID: 16336


1st ed. "One of a series of booklets on ethics published every other month". Pp24. P/b. VG. View more info

Assisted Suicide. Drawing a Line in the Sand. (Grove E 155).

By: McCARTHY, Brendan.

Price: £5.00

Publisher: Cambridge: Grove Books, 2009. 9781851747375:

Seller ID: 42397


1st impression. "This careful study looks at the principles of protection of life, protection of the vulnerable, the cohesion of society and respect for the individual. It makes a case for how these principes might be supported by people of any creed and none, how they might affect the DPP guidelines - and how they can be rooted in Christian tradition." Pp.28. Paperback. As New. View more info

The Ethics of Human Cloning. (Grove Ethics No.122).

By: MESSER, Neil.

Price: £3.00

Publisher: Cambridge: Grove Books Ltd, 2001. 1851744703:

Seller ID: 43762


1st impression. "Sets out the debate, explains technical terms clearly, draws out the theological issues, and shows what Christians have to contribute to the discussion. It navigates a clear path through this complex ethical minefield." Pp.24, owner's name to title page. Paperback. VG. View more info

Tenants in God's Land. Earth-keeping and People-keeping in the Old Testament. (grove Ethics E148).

By: PROVAN, Iain.

Price: £3.00

Publisher: Cambridge: Grove Books Limited, 2008. 9781851746767:

Seller ID: 42420


1st impression. "The careful and convincing reading offered here shows the centrality to Genesis of a sense of common purpose between humanity and creation and within humanity itself. This contrasts with both ancient and modern alternatives, and sets a challenging agenda for the twin tasks of respect for the earth and concern for others." Pp.24. Paperback. VG. View more info

Caring for Creation. Part of our Gospel Calling? (Grove Ethics E149).

By: SIMIYU, Stella and HARRIS, Peter.

Price: £3.00

Publisher: Cambridge: Grove Books Limited, 2008. 9781851746859:

Seller ID: 42419


1st impression. "This expert study by leaders in the field shows not only why care for the creation connects with central themes in the Bible and gospel, but also how closely intertwined it is with care of others, thus making it part of the central command to love our global neighbour." Pp.28. Paperback. VG. View more info

Social Gospel or No Gospel? (Grove Ethics 4).

By: SUGDEN, Christopher.:

Price: £3.00

Publisher: Bramcote: Grove. 1975.:

Seller ID: 21106


1st imp. "Is there a sound theological basis for social involvement by the Church? The author lays out a case stemming from a biblical treatment of the Kingdom of God". Pp 24. P/b. Spine slightly faded. G+. View more info

Animal Rights, Human Responsibilities? (Grove Ethics E151).

By: WILLIAMS, David.

Price: £4.00

Publisher: Cambridge: Grove Books, 2008. 9781851747016:

Seller ID: 42409


1st impression. "Secular ethical thinking on animal welfare has outstripped Christian reflection in recent years, with the result that 'rights' language has come to dominate. But is this the best way to consider the issue? This well-informed exploration reflects on the paradoxes and tensions in Scripture and Christian thinking to offer some practical perspectives on what is a recurrent issue." Pp.28. Paperback. VG. View more info

Walking in Another's Shoes. Ethical Perspectives on the Experience of Those Seeking Asylum. (Grove E 158).

By: WORSLEY, Ruth and ROOMS, Karen.

Price: £10.00

Publisher: Cambridge: Grove Books, 2010. 9781851747627:

Seller ID: 42396


1st iimpression. "In February 2009, the Diocese of Southwell and Nottingham presented a motion on the issue of asylum to the Church of England's General Synod which considered the right to work, amnesty for 'legacy cases', the detention of children, the availability of legal services, and destitution. Drawing on theological themes of hospitality, help, health and hope this booklet goes beyond the question 'How can we help?' and asks, 'What can we learn from the perso... View more info