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Edward J. Furton

Editor-in-Chief of The National Catholic Bioethics Quarterly, Editor

Ethics and Medics

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Ethics and Medics

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National Catholic Bioethics Center :: Meet the Ethicists

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Edward J. Furton, Ph.D., Director of Publications
Dr. Furton serves in an active dual role at the NCBC as one of the Center's four ethicists and also as Director of Publications. He is Editor-in-Chief of The National Catholic Bioethics Quarterly, Editor of Ethics & Medics, a monthly bulletin on moral issues in the health and life sciences, and edits books published by the Center, most recently, the proceedings from the Twenty-first Workshop for Bishops entitled Urged On By Christ: Catholic Health Care in Tension with Contemporary Culture. He received his master's and doctoral degrees in philosophy from The Catholic University of America, Washington, D.C., and has taught at St. Charles Borromeo Theological Seminary in Philadelphia, LaSalle University in Philadelphia, and Rockhurst University in Kansas City, Missouri. He has been a member of the National Catholic Bioethics Center staff since 1997. Dr. Furton subscribes to the natural law theory of ethics, and has written and spoken on many topics in bioethics, including stem cell research, vaccine use, brain death, organ donation, and physician-assisted suicide. He is also interested in the role of religion in American public life and the philosophy of the American Founders. He lives in Philadelphia with his wife and five children.


The National Catholic Bioethics Center

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Edward J. Furton, Ph.D., Director of Publications
Dr. Furton serves in an active dual role at the NCBC as one of the Center's four ethicists and also as Director of Publications. He is Editor-in-Chief of The National Catholic Bioethics Quarterly, Editor of Ethics & Medics, a monthly bulletin on moral issues in the health and life sciences, and edits books published by the Center, most recently, the proceedings from the Twenty-first Workshop for Bishops entitled Urged On By Christ: Catholic Health Care in Tension with Contemporary Culture. He received his master's and doctoral degrees in philosophy from The Catholic University of America, Washington, D.C., and has taught at St. Charles Borromeo Theological Seminary in Philadelphia, LaSalle University in Philadelphia, and Rockhurst University in Kansas City, Missouri. He has been a member of the National Catholic Bioethics Center staff since 1997. Dr. Furton subscribes to the natural law theory of ethics, and has written and spoken on many topics in bioethics, including stem cell research, vaccine use, brain death, organ donation, and physician-assisted suicide. He is also interested in the role of religion in American public life and the philosophy of the American Founders. He lives in Philadelphia with his wife and five children.


Meet the Ethicists - The National Catholic Bioethics Center

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Edward J. Furton, Ph.D.
Director of Publications Dr. Furton serves in an active dual role at the NCBC as one of the Center's four ethicists and also as Director of Publications. He is Editor-in-Chief of The National Catholic Bioethics Quarterly, Editor of Ethics & Medics, a monthly bulletin on moral issues in the health and life sciences, and edits books published by the Center, and edits books published by the Center, most recently the proceedings from the Twenty-first Workshop for Bishops, Urged On By Christ: Catholic Health Care in Tension with Contemporary Culture. He received his master's and doctoral degrees in philosophy from The Catholic University of America, Washington, D.C., and has taught at St. Charles Borromeo Theological Seminary in Philadelphia, LaSalle University in Philadelphia, and Rockhurst University in Kansas City, Missouri. He has been a member of the National Catholic Bioethics Center staff since 1997. Dr. Furton subscribes to the natural law theory of ethics, and has written and spoken on many topics in bioethics, including stem cell research, vaccine use, brain death, organ donation, and physician-assisted suicide. He is also interested in the role of religion in American public life and the philosophy of the American Founders. He lives in Philadelphia with his wife and five children.


NCBC: Meet the Ethicists

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John M. Haas | Rev. Alfred Cioffi | Edward J. Furton | Marie Hilliard
Edward J. Furton, Ph.D. Director of Publications Dr. Furton serves in an active dual role at the NCBC as one of the Center's four ethicists and also as Director of Publications. He is Editor-in-Chief of The National Catholic Bioethics Quarterly, Editor of Ethics & Medics, a monthly bulletin on moral issues in the health and life sciences, and edits books published by the Center, and edits books published by the Center, most recently the proceedings from the Twenty-first Workshop for Bishops, Urged On By Christ: Catholic Health Care in Tension with Contemporary Culture. He received his master's and doctoral degrees in philosophy from The Catholic University of America, Washington, D.C., and has taught at St. Charles Borromeo Theological Seminary in Philadelphia, LaSalle University in Philadelphia, and Rockhurst University in Kansas City, Missouri. He has been a member of the National Catholic Bioethics Center staff since 1997. Dr. Furton subscribes to the natural law theory of ethics, and has written and spoken on many topics in bioethics, including stem cell research, vaccine use, brain death, organ donation, and physician-assisted suicide. He is also interested in the role of religion in American public life and the philosophy of the American Founders. He lives in Philadelphia with his wife and five children.


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Vaccines Originating from Abortion , an article by Edward J. Furton M.A., Ph.D., Editor of Ethics & Medics (The National Catholic Bioethics Center).


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