Christians and Bioethics - Can the Bible Help?

"God intends that Christians assist each other in following Jesus by participating in the life of their faith community (Matthew 18:20). God gives gifts to the members of His body so that they may help one another with growth in the faith (Ephesians 4:11-16). When the early church faced perplexing issues, the leaders gathered in council and, led by the Spirit, they arrived at practical decisions (Acts 15:1-35). In so doing, they gave us an example of mutual trust that we should follow when addressing the potentially divisive issues of our time, including questions of bioethics."

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Gerald R Winslow
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College and University Dialogue, Volume 7, Issue 1
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