The Nature of Man and Mental Illness

Man is spirit united to body with an integration of both entities. Thus a spiritual dysfunction may cause a bodily dysfunction, and vice versa.

Providence in the End of Life Ethics

Many late twentieth century Christian ethicists are confounded by end-of-life ethical issues raised by medical technology. One of the contributing factors is that the increased technology of the last generation has generated moral dilemmas heretofore unknown.

Developing a Theology of Drug Abuse

Theological confusion arises, in part, because of the influence of the disease model. This model states that most of life's problems can be reduced to biochemical abnormalities. As a result, personal responsibility is either diminished or altogether absent.

Behavior or Disease?

When is an addiction or dysfunctional behavior a "disease?"

The Killing of "Non-Person"

What is a "non-person?" Can a non-person be killed?

The Biblical Ethics of Transsexual Operations

What are the Biblical ethics of transsexual operations?

Sex Education and The Biblical Christian

What should the role of sex education be for the Biblical Christian?

A Foundation for the Diaconal Role in Sickness

What should the role of a pastor, recovery pro or counselor be in sickness?

Human Personhood Begins at Conception

When is a baby a person?

A Definition of Emotions

What are emotions? How should they be defined?

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