By David H. Smith, Cynthia B. Cohen, David A. Ames, Mary R. Anderlik, Ellen Wright Clayton, Theodore A. Daniels, Lindon Eaves, Judith A. Granbois, Elizabeth Heitman, Jan C. Heller, Bruce Jennings, James B. Lemler, Timothy Sedgwick, LeRoy B. Walters, MaryT Wh
A Christian reaction to the hot Genetics appeals to either secular and spiritual readers within the middle of the good debate over our new genetic powers. those essays verify many conventional Christian views and virtues, whereas additionally introducing new insights. stopover at our web site for pattern chapters!
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For example, over 800 mutations are known in the gene that accounts for cystic fibrosis. Some of these mutations cause more serious symptoms than others, and some cause no symptoms at all. The type and severity of symptoms may also be affected by other genetic or environmental factors. Because the test for cystic fibrosis only identifies the presence of a few of the most common mutations, a positive or negative diagnosis provides only a strong indication-not certainty-that a person will or will not develop the disease.
Although sperm do- Basic Biological Concepts 23 nation does not necessarily call for the use of IVF, since a pregnancy can be achieved with donated sperm using simple household instruments, using donated sperm does sometimes proceed by means of IVF. Egg donation, in contrast, requires the use of IVF. Some couples have chosen to substitute the gametes of donors who are free of the disease-related mutation at issue during IVF. In this way, they can avoid passing the deleterious genes they bear on to their children.
Fear that disease is a form of punishment from God may compete with hopes for Gods help as they attempt to answer the universal questions: Why me? Why us? What did we do wrong? Why is God doing this to us? What does God want us to do? Pastoral clergy who are conversant with the issues accompanying genetic testing can be of great help to parishioners coping with these decisions by exploring with them what parenting, children, and testing mean to them in the context of their faith. Without knowing how severely the child may be affected, expectant parents must make their decision in a context of great uncertainty.
A Christian Response to the New Genetics: Religious, Ethical, and Social Issues by David H. Smith, Cynthia B. Cohen, David A. Ames, Mary R. Anderlik, Ellen Wright Clayton, Theodore A. Daniels, Lindon Eaves, Judith A. Granbois, Elizabeth Heitman, Jan C. Heller, Bruce Jennings, James B. Lemler, Timothy Sedgwick, LeRoy B. Walters, MaryT Wh