Matters of life and death (2nd Edition) Paperback

Human dilemmas in the light of the Christian faith

by John Wyatt;


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Matters of life and death (2nd Edition)

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Conjoined twins dilemma...Suicide of terminally ill patient...Designer baby transplant success...Woman gives birth at sixty-six...

Rarely are human dilemmas out of the news. And what medical science can do and ought to do - or ought not to do - impinges on our personal lives, families and societies.

John Wyatt examines the issues surrounding the beginning and end of life against the background of current medical-ethical thought. Writing out of a deep conviction that the Bible's view of our humanness points a way forward, he suggests how Christian healthcare professionals, churches and individuals can respond to today's challenges and opportunities.

Matters of life and death (2nd Edition) by John Wyatt was published by Intervarsity Press in November 2009 and is our 7563rd best seller. The ISBN for Matters of life and death (2nd Edition) is 9781844743674.

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'John Wyatt's personal integrity shines through this book from beginning to end.'

John Stott, in his Foreword

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Page last updated 6th January 2016
Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback
PublisherIntervarsity Press (November 2009)
EditionRevised edition
Weight459g
Number of Pages304
Thickness23 mm
Height235 mm
Width157 mm
ISBN9781844743674
ISBN-101844743675
Product Code1922266
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