The use of assisted reproductive technologies (ART) is rising. Media
accounts of unnatural multiplies and aging celebrities having children represent
the exceptions, not the norm. The most common user of reproductive technologies
today may be an average American couple or single woman unable to have children
As Americans continue to delay child-bearing, and as availability of fertility treatments rises, we can expect more and more Christian couples to make use of reproductive technologies. But how ethical are such treatments? What key issues should couples wrestle with before using any type of assisted procreation? These are the kinds of questions medical ethicist Scott Rae and Dr. Joy Riley seek to answer in Outside the Womb.
The authors don't condemn ART, but they do call Christians to give careful thought to what God intended for the family and to the ethical issues involved in various fertility treatments.
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