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Why people matter : a Christian engagement with rival views of human significance /

edited by John F. Kilner.

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Names: Kilner, John Frederic,
Published: Grand Rapids, MI : Baker Academic, a division of Baker Publishing, [2017]
Topics: Dignity - Religious aspects - Christianity. | Dignity.
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264 1|aGrand Rapids, MI :|bBaker Academic, a division of Baker Publishing,|c[2017]
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504 |aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
505 00|tWhy This Book Matters : The Need for Common Ground in Debates Today /|rJohn F. Kilner --|gPart 1: Grounding Significance in Humanity --|tPersons Are Not Interchangeable : Utilitarianism and Human Significance /|rGilbert C. Meilaender --|tHis Eye Is on the Sparrow : Collectivism and Human Significance /|rAmy Laura Hall --|tMy Life Is Not My Own : Individualism and Human Significance /|rRussell DiSilvestro --|gPart 2: Grounding Significance in Science --|tMore Than Meets the Eye : Naturalism and Human Significance /|rScott B. Rae --|tThe Privilege of Being Human : Transhumanism and Human Significance /|rPatrick T. Smith --|gPart 3: Grounding Significance in God --|tSpecial Connection and Intended Reflection : Creation in God's Image and Human Significance /|rJohn F. Kilner --|tNothing Human Is Merely Human : Various Biblical Bases for Human Significance /|rDavid P. Gushee --|gConclusion --|tWhy a Christian Outlook Matters : Comparing Grounds for Human Significance /|rJohn F. Kilner.
520 |aIn the face of current arguments over issues related to human life and dignity, Christians need to be clear about how their faith speaks to such concerns and what other outlooks have to say. John Kilner, who has taught in the fields of ethics and bioethics for over forty years, brings together noted ethicists to make a Christian case for human dignity. This timely engagement with a topic of great cultural and societal importance offers a robust critique of five highly influential alternative positions, showing how a Christian view supports the crucial idea that people matter in a way that other outlooks cannot. --|cProvided by publisher.
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