5 edition of Abortion from the religious and moral perspective found in the catalog.
|Statement||George F. Johnston|
|Series||Bibliographies and indexes in religious studies -- no. 53|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 247 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||247|
|LC Control Number||2002042584|
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[George F Johnston] -- For approximately three decades, the abortion debate has polarized America. This comprehensive volume includes bibliographic citations that address the moral and religious aspects of abortion.
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Researchers, as well as anyone interested in the moral and religious elements of abortion, will find this resource invaluable. It covers the literature on abortion and religion found in books, essays, journal articles, academic dissertations and Web sites.
And, unlike many of the available bibliographies, this one focuses only on the religious Author: George F. Johnston. Get this from a library. Abortion from the religious and moral perspective: an annotated bibliography.
[George F Johnston] -- For approximately three decades, the abortion debate has polarized America. Views range from the extreme conservative position that all abortions are morally objectionable to the extreme liberal. InKatha Pollitt declared in Pro: Reclaiming Abortion Rights that abortion should indeed be treated as a moral good, an “essential option for women.” In her final chapter, Pollitt briefly mentions the work of reproductive justice advocates, but leaves the framework largely unexamined.
This is also a great book to donate to schools or library to help educate students and researchers on the detrimental effects of abortion. Includes More than Entries in Categories Study summaries are organized into more than different subtopics, and each entry includes a review of the key findings of the cited study (see the the.
Much debate about the legality of abortion involves debating the legal status of the fetus. If the fetus is a person, anti-choice activists argue, then abortion is murder and should be illegal.
Even if the fetus is a person, though, abortion may be justified as necessary to women’s bodily autonomy -- but that wouldn’t mean that abortion is automatically ethical.
It is the loss of pregnancy (, ).Religion is a key factor in the control of morality in the society today; in examining the concept of abortion and the perspective of the religion on abortion one must find how the different religions in the society influence this concept.
Religious Perspectives on Abortion and a Secular Response Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Religion and Health 49(4) August with 2, Reads How we measure 'reads'. For instance, roughly half of all U.S.
Catholics (48%) say abortion should be legal in all or most cases, in spite of the Catholic Church’s strong opposition. (To explore the views of members of many other religious groups on abortion, see our interactive website featuring data from the Religious Landscape Study.).
But, as Wenz argued in a book declaring abortion rights to be a matter of religious freedom, the definition of fetal personhood is wholly dependent on religious beliefs.
So if the government Author: Stephanie Russell-Kraft. The well-formulated moral, spiritual and political argument on abortion from the conservative Christian and Catholic view is relatively new in the scheme of things.
There are no specific references to abortion in the Bible, either within Old Testament law or in Jesus’ teachings or the writings of Paul and other writers in the New : Christina Forrester.
We do not need to be religious to value the human sacred but to think of abortion as trivial is the first step to believing human life is trivial. There’s a word for that – dehumanization.
Early, safe medical abortion is ethical but it does violate the human moral sense which why it is so contentious, and, in my humble opinion, always. Abortion and Religious Belief Leaders from many different faith traditions and denominations have long-affirmed a person's right to make their own decisions about their body and their future.
The clergy below represent many different religions and faith traditions, but they all agree that. From this perspective, we can see how necessary women’s consent is, how active women are in the creation of the future, how significant their moral decision making. We might then begin to see pro-life as the powerful work of enhancing women’s moral agency, providing them with resources to undertake free moral discernment, and figuring out.
ABORTION (Moral perspective) A per son' s st andar ds of behavior or belief s concer ning what is and is not accept able f or t hem t o do.
P Lif e - Opposing abor t ion ro (against abor t ion) P Choice - Advocat es f or ro t he legalizat ion of abor t ion (f or Moral - When does "l i f e" begin in t he womb? While drawing on the theological principles presented in the Commission's document, this new report seeks to respond in greater detail to the changed political situation we face and to the moral problem which abortion continues to present.
I. The Medical Perspective. A. The Beginning and Development of a New Human Life.