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Jewish and Catholic Bioethics


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Issues In Biomedical Ethics Comparison of Jewish and Christian Perspectives Alan I. Faden, MDSection I Spinoza and Judaism Tom L. Beauchamp Section IIJewish Reflections on Life and Death Decision Making Baruch A. Brody Jewish Teaching on the Sanctity and Quality of Life Ronald Green The Jewish Approach to Living and Dying Shimon Glick, MDThe Sanctity of Human Life Doctrine David C. ThomasmaSection III The Meaning of Suffering: A Jewish Perspective Avraham Steinberg, MDThe Meaning of Suffering? James Keenan, SJ Section IV The Imperative to Heal in Traditional Judaism Fred Rosner, MD, FACPOn the Interface of Religion and Medical Science: The Judeo-Biblical Perspective Rabbi Moshe Tendler Healing and Being Healed: A Christian Perspective Edmund D. Pellegrino, MD A Catholic Christian Perspective on Early Human Development Rev. J.D. Cassidy, OP Epilogue Religion and Bioethical Discourse Edmund D. Pellegrino, MD

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Life, death, suffering and meaning are the primary texts of contemporary biomedicine... this ground breaking conversation among some of today's most insightful Jewish and Christian bioethicists challenges us to explore these texts with both passion and perspective. -- Michael A. Grodin, MD, Boston University Schools of Medicine and Public Health A probing combination of Jewish, Christian and secular thought. This volume challenges many preconceptions about fundamental ethical beliefs of major religions. -- Kevin O'Rourke, OP, Saint Louis University Health Sciences Center

About the Author

Edmund D. Pellegrino, MD, is the chairman of the President's Council on Bioethics, and professor emeritus of medicine and medical ethics, Center for Clinical Bioethics, Georgetown University Medical Center. He is the author of numerous books, including Helping and Healing: Religious Commitment in Health Care and The Christian Virtues in Medical Practice (both published by Georgetown University Press). Alan I. Faden, MD, is a professor of neuroscience, neurology, and pharmacology at the Georgetown University Medical Center. He is coauthor of Medical Harm: Historical, Conceptual and Ethical Dimensions of Iatrogenic Illness.


Begins an important dialogue on common issues of concern to both Jewish and Catholic ethicists today. Choice An excellent book for students and health professionals who are inspired by the Hebrew Bible and/or the Christian New Testament. Australasion Catholic Record Advance[s] the important and much-needed discussions in this area [and] succeeds in laying claim to the importance of religious views in bioethical discourse. Religious Studies Review

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