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You have just been called to the ER because one of your family has been in a crash and has major head trauma. How do you respond biblically? A couple comes to you asking about birth control. They each have different ideas about what is biblically acceptable. How do you guide them?
Thursday night will deal with ethical decisions and look at some of the pitfalls in moral reasoning and views of medicine and science. We will put these principles into practice by considering the area of fruitfulness including contraception and assisted conception.
Friday night will deal with theology of life and death, including biblical views of what life and death consist of as well as euthanasia, organ donation, "artificial life support," end of life directives, and how to make wise decisions.
Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary 2965 Leonard NE Grand Rapids, MI 49525
Speaker: Del Bailey (MD) was born in Ohio but raised â€˜by the grace of Godâ€™ in Virginia and educated at the University of Virginia and then medical school at the Medical College of Virginia. He had postdoctoral residencies and fellowships at the Medical College of Georgia and the University of Virginia (15 years of training post-high school). For the last 23 years he has been in private practice in Kingsport, TN, in gastroenterology (digestive diseases). He is blessed by his godly wife, Debby, and four children as well as 6 grandchildren (soon to be 8). He is a ruling elder at Westminster PCA in Kingsport, TN. He has special interests in apologetics and ethics and is an adjunct professor at Greenville Theological Seminary, where he taught a summer intensive on biblical medical ethics in August 2010. He also is course director for the Biblical Worldview Student Conference, which is held annually at Milligan College and provides intensive training to young men and women of high school and college ages.