In this important book mackler provides a nuanced comparison of jewish and roman catholic bioethics in their respective moral methods and their discussions of five specific topics macklers mastery of the literature from both traditions is obvious and his conclusions are balanced. Introduction to jewish and catholic bioethics a comparative analysis moral traditions seriesby aaron l mackler contemporary catholic health care ethics by david f kelly genetics and christian ethics new studies in christian ethicsby celia deane drummond and the new genetic medicine. Aaron mackler takes the reader through methodology in roman catholic moral theology and compares and contrasts it with methodology as it is practiced in jewish ethics he then leavened with compassion common sense and a readable style this introduction to complicated bioethical issues from both jewish and catholic perspectives is as . Are central to both roman catholic and jewish traditions differences emerge within each tradition and between the traditions including the understanding of such values mackler offers a balanced survey of methodology in roman catholic moral theology and jewish ethics catholic moral approaches. One of the classic if apocryphal narratives about comparisons of religious traditions is related by protestant ethicist james gustafson three speakers were asked to offer catholic jewish and protestant perspectives on a particular moral issue the priest began the church teaches that the rabbi began the tradition teaches that and the minister began well now i
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