In Defense of Religious Bioethics

American Journal of Bioethics, December, Vol. 12, No. 12, 2012

Judah Goldberg, Alan Jotkowitz

In the first year of a celebrated graduate program in bioethics, one of us wrote a short essay about physician-assisted suicide that claimed that murder is not only a breach of rights, but also a “grave affront to all human existence as well as to He who grants life.”  Well, that last part earned me a predictable scribble on the margins of my returned paper, something to the effect of, “What if someone does not believe in a Giver of life?”
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