In the second reading for Pentecost Sunday, as he writes to the Corinthians about ‘getting the body right’, Paul makes use of a philosophical trope familiar in the ancient world.
How can there be a 'Catholic' bioethics? Bioethics is an uneasy marriage of sciences and humanities, combining biology, medicine, law, philosophy and sociology, and, from the first, theology, no longer the universally acknowledged queen of the sciences but still a persistent and perceptive voice.
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