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Genes and Behaviour (Part 1)

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Genes and Behaviour By Caroline Berry and Attila Sipos With the DNA sequence of the human genome jotted down the hard work now begins of making sense of the data. A critical part of this is establishing the extent to which people’s behaviour is determined by their genetic make-up. The relationship between genes, environment and […]

Human Suffering – Biblical Perspectives (Part 3-end)

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Human Suffering – Biblical Perspectives By Pete Moore Read: Human Suffering – Biblical Perspectives (Part 2) Gethsemane Example No Christian exploration of suffering would be complete without reviewing Christ’s own personal experience of suffering. When explaining the previous few day’s events to a couple of perplexed travelers on the road to Emmaus just after his […]

Human Suffering – Biblical Perspectives (Part 2)

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Human Suffering – Biblical Perspectives By Pete Moore Read: Human Suffering – Biblical Perspectives (Part 1) Revealing God’s Glory The Bible also gives another positive aspect to a world that includes suffering. On occasions it can be used to show God’s power and majesty, but in these situations the revelation occurs not through the suffering […]

Human Suffering – Biblical Perspectives (Part 1)

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Human Suffering – Biblical Perspectives By Pete Moore No sane person enjoys suffering. It limits our capabilities and is often accompanied by physical pain or emotional distress. The bible gives a rich insight into the variety of causes of, and responses to, suffering, but also declares that only God knows the answers to many of […]

Do Not Resuscitate Dilemmas (Part 3-end)

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Do Not Resuscitate Dilemmas by Michael Webb-Peploe Read: Do Not Resuscitate Dilemmas (Part 2) A Call for Communication One explanation for the lack of agreement between doctors and patients about whether a DNR order should be places in their notes is that the two groups use different languages. Doctors speak in terms of technology and […]