In this article, originally published in the Sydney Morning Herald, Rev Dr Michael Jensen discusses what it means to die. See the associated podcast on our website.
Rev Dr Michael Jensen, Dr Megan Best and Dr Karin Sowada discuss perspectives of the euthanasia debate in this seminar for the Centre for Christian Living at Moore College, Sydney.
Prior to the development of effective vaccines for COVID-19, Megan Best examined the ethics of using a vaccine that is manufactured using cells derived from human fetuses.
An Ethicentre Briefing Paper.
Dr Megan Best reflects on the legalisation of Mitochondrial Donation in the United Kingdom in 2015.
In this paper, originally published in CASE, Dr Megan Best discusses when human life begins.
In this 2020 paper, Dr Megan Best considers the pressure to extend the time human embryos can be grown for research purposes.
Dr Andrew Moore reviews a book about ethics and the beginning of human life.
A policy paper from the Christian Medical and Dental Fellowship of Australia.
Dr Megan Best questions the place of routine prenatal screening of pregnancy for fetal abnormality.