Watch 10 talks on Christian Perspectives on ethical issues, including prenatal screening, AI, climate change adaptation, abortion, and weight loss, from our latest ISCAST–NZCIS Conversations series.
Common ethical thinking has been shaped significantly by Christianity over many centuries. The idea that humans are made in the “image of God” with inherent dignity and worth is central to Christians. But what does this mean in practice? The answer is never simple.
As science and technology progress, our society is increasingly faced with previously unimaginable ethical challenges, including questions within AI, abortion, gender, ageing, environmental care, prenatal screening, body image, and transhumanism.
In these weekly online discussions, we explored some of the most challenging ethical issues of our time.