A journal of academic theology

Christian Doctrines Ethical Issues and Human Genetics

[The basis of Christian ethics is a balance of the doctrines of creation, sin, redemption, and fulfillment which are at the heart of all human situations. Applying these four doctrines to human genetics leads to: recognizing a creative human role that respects the inner constitution of the human creature; being alert to the human capacity to misuse God’s gifts and creatures; welcoming the opportunity to extend God’s healing power in history; and promoting human solidarity in the application of genetic development for the common good.]

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