If a friend were to ask you, “Is it OK to donate a kidney?” --what would you say? He or she is asking as a point of ethics and morality. What is your reply?
Are you a bright city on a hill (Mat 5:14) or do you feel shrouded in fog?
Does your church have a position statement on organ donation? IVF (in vitro fertilization)? Cloning? Stem cell research? Euthanasia? Or, for any current, questionable practice in healthcare?
Do biomedical issues have any relation to the the Christian doctrine of the Resurrection?
Is the doctrine of the resurrection sufficient cause for Christians not to share body or cell parts? Since the Bible does not specifically address this question, any answer must be deduced, drawing broadly from Scripture.
What exactly is the doctrine of the resurrection? What are its corollaries? What are its implications for the Sanctity of Life issues?
Why do some biotechnologies and end-of-life practices result in semantic and conceptual confusion of long-held Christian beliefs?
Which biomedical procedures uphold and honor the doctrine of the resurrection?
Lots of questions! This blog will look into as many as possible.