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The authors set up a logical sequence within their book to evaluate not only the role of technological innovation, but how it is perceived and how it might affect human dignity and, in turn, medicine. Admitting their Judeo-Christian theistic perspective, they advocate a vibrant role for the Christian community. '... technology is not an unqualified good... so the values that shape, inform, and provide the impetus for technology must be examined.'
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