Living out Imago Dei in Today’s
A Conference to discuss how being made in the image of God guides our decision-making.
Virtually held on October 17, 2020
Healthcare responsibility is and has been a wonderful vehicle to live out the marvelous truth and reality of Imago Dei. This truth, that God made humans in ‘His Image’ creates the very foundation as to how we value and treat people. This becomes the rudder of our decision-making process with all relationships—family, friends, as well as with our patients.
During this virtual event, we discussed how the reality of Imago Dei guides our decision-making process when confronted with today’s complex medical ethical issues. Because of the infinite value and worth of each patient, we remain an advocate and voice for our patients. This truth guides us when dealing with legislation and mandates that are harmful to our patients.
with Farr Curlin
Physician-Assisted Suicide: A Call to Advocacy
with Jim Avery
Marijuana: An Honest Look at the World’s Most Misunderstood Weed
with Tom Epps
Abortion up to the Day of Delivery
with John Pierce
with Andre Van Mol
View Content from Other Ethics Conferences
Ethics Conference October 2020
Living out Imago Dei in Today’s Healthcare Environment A Conference to discuss how being made in the image of God guides our decision-making. Virtually held on October 17, 2020 Healthcare responsibility is and has [...]
Ethics Conference January 2020
This event was held on Saturday, January 4, 2020 at St. Giles Presbyterian Church Ethics Conference: "Living out Imago Dei in Today's Healthcare Environment" Series introduction by James Anderson, MD, CMDA Richmond Council Member [...]