New Reproductive Technologies: Protestant Modes of Thought

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Meilaender, Gilbert
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1992
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FIRST PARAGRAPH(S)|Even those who know relatively little about Christianity know that what we are pleased to call Protestantism arose as a kind of rebellion against certain notions of ecclesiastical authority. However much more complicated the story may be, there is a certain truth to that simple description. And, one might say, Protestants have been reaping the harvest of that rebellion ever since. There is no single "Protestantism," nor is it clear to what authorities all Protestants agree to bend the knee. How to summarize such creative chaos is a problem...
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25 Creighton L. Rev. 1637 (1991-1992)
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Creighton University School of Law
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