Using a bio-ethical approach, John Cobb tackles some of the most controversial issues facing society and the church today--something theologians have often failed to do in the past. His four major topics are animal well-being, death with dignity, the moral status of the fetus, and sexuality outside of marriage.
1. The Right to Kill
2. The Right to Die
3. The Right to Live
4. The Right to Love
Epilogue: A Challenge to Christian Opinion