Should a mother consent to having her child immunized with a vaccine that was developed many years ago from aborted fetal tissue? Should a student use an anatomy atlas that includes drawings that likely used hundreds of dissected cadavers from the Nazi death camps as models? Should a woman who is imminently dying of intractable heart failure consent to a heart transplant if she knows the new heart has been retrieved from a young man who was murdered a few hours ago? The common thread in these scenarios is the question of moral complicity. Does scripture or Christian tradition teach us anything about moral complicity?
Friends For Life: S1EP56 — An Intro to Reproductive Bioethics | Rev. Dr. Kevin Voss
Dr. Kevin Voss talks about the field of bioethics and how our Lutheran theology helps us navigate the nuanced world of reproductive technology.