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Park Ridge Center, ethics, faith


Park Ridge Center, Park Ridge, IL: The October 1994 issue of "Second Opinion" (ISSN 0890-1570) includes:

  • Initial Comment: On Violence and and Listening (Martin E. Marty) p. 8
  • Surviving Sexual Violence (Susan J. Brison) p. 11
  • The Risk of Hearing Death and Life in a Survivor's Story (Marlyne Cain and David Cain) p. 25
  • The Case: Confessions of a Pastoral Visitor (Richard L. Morgan) p. 37
  • Commentary: The Pastor as Patient (Richard E. Koenig) p. 43
  • Commentary: Mid-Life Confessions (Al Miles) p. 49
  • Femal Circumcision/Genital Mutilation and Ethical Relativism (Loretta M. Kopelman) p. 55
  • On the Genesis of Hate: An Interview with Elie Wiesel (p. 72)
  • Guns and Voices (Drew Leder) p. 83
  • Reflection: The Road to Itoman (Marius L. Bressoud, Jr.) p. 91
  • On the Bioethics Front: The Power of the Nonrational in Demands for Marginally Beneficial or Useless Treatment (Ernlé W. D. Young) p. 95
  • On the Bioethics Front: Medical Students Face Ethical Dilemmas (Cheryl Mac Leod Darling) p. 95


October 1994

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Second opinion: Health, Faith, and Ethics, 1994, V20 N2, October



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