The Center for Bioethics is dedicated to conducting research, promoting discussion, and engaging scholars on the vital bioethics issues of our day. We maintain a Christian perspective on human personalism while encouraging thoughtful discussion on all sides of the debates.
by guest blogger Tyler John, senior philosophy major In a recent Cedarville University chapel message, Southern Seminary President Albert Mohler spoke at length about human dignity. He rightly criticized Princeton ethicist Peter Singer, for saying... continue »
In his recent Chapel address on Martin Luther King Day, criminal justice professor Patrick Oliver gave a powerful exposition on God, government, and freedom. Borrowing from such diverse sources as the Declaration of Independence, the U.S.... continue »
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