In the Day One Biblical Ethics Collection, John R. Ling guides readers through controversial issues in contemporary bioethics. Tackling challenging topics such as the reality of death and surrounding issues, including abortion, euthanasia, cloning, IVF, stem-cell technology, and eugenics, Ling looks to the Bible for guidance. In these two books, he suggests an outline for a Christian response, helping readers think through topics rather than avoid them, and to engage with the culture in a way that honors life. Ling’s practical texts offer a wealth of insight and information for Christians as they face difficult realities.
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John R. Ling was a lecturer in biochemistry and bioethics at the Institute of Biological Sciences, University of Wales, Aberystwyth. He studied at Leeds, Pennsylvania State, and Nottingham Universities. He has taught, debated, broadcast and written about bioethical issues for the last 30 years. He is the founding chairman of the Aberystwyth LIFE Group, cofounder of Evangelicals for Life, and a member of the Central Committee of LIFE, the UK’s leading pro-life organization since 1984. He was appointed to its board of trustees in 2009.