Stem Cells, COVID-19 and the Archbishops – with Chase Kuhn & Megan Best (taken from The Pastor’s Heart)

In recent times there has been discussions about the COVID-19 vaccine candidate supported by the Australian government – a letter was sent to Scott Morrison regarding concerns from three Archbishops.

A special episode of The Pastor’s Heart ensued – the key issue – should you personally choose to use a COVID-19 vaccine candidate that makes use of a cell line cultured from an electively aborted human fetus?

To put it super bluntly: If I get vaccinated for covid-19 am I complicit in an abortion?

Our guests – Megan Best is a bioethicist who has promoted a Christian view of medical ethics for over 20 years.

Megan is the author of two books on ethics at the beginning of life: Fearfully and Wonderfully Made and A Life Already Started, as well as many articles on ethics and spiritual care at the end of life.

And, Chase Kuhn is the director for the Centre for Christian Living and lectures on theology and ethics at Moore College in Sydney.

We have had statements from Archbishops. But let’s first put those statements to the side, and try and think from ground up about Christians Ethics and these questions.

The discussion on an ethical COVID-19 vaccine can be found here


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