Genes, religion and society: The developing views of the churches

Science and Engineering Ethics 3 (3):273-288 (1997)
This paper (1) reviews and analyzes the positions on genetics taken in the official statements of Christian churches in the United States, together with church institutions of global status, and 2) offers suggestions about possible future responses of the churches to genetics and biotechnology.
Keywords genetics  ethics  religion  biotechnology  human nature  abortion
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DOI 10.1007/s11948-997-0033-3
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