Health Care, Equality, and Inequality: Christian Perspectives and Moral Disagreements

Christian Bioethics 2 (3):271-279 (1996)

Kevin Wm. Wildes
Loyola University, New Orleans
Equality is a concept that is often used in health care discussions about the allocation of resources and the design of health care systems. In secular discussions and debates the concept of equality is highly controverted and can take on many different specifications. One might think that Christians hold a common understanding of equality. A more careful study, though, makes it quite clear that equality is just as controversial among different Christian communities as it is in the secular world
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