About This Journal
Bioethics in Faith and Practice is a peer-reviewed professional journal, published online twice a year, and supported by the Center for Bioethics at Cedarville University. The focus of the journal is health care ethics, but may also include articles of a more theoretical nature. Though the journal emphasizes Judeo-Christian values, we are open to a large variety of voices, including secular ones.
Submissions may include case study analysis or longer commentaries and reviews. Examples of clinical ethics topics include reproductive ethics, end-of-life matters, stem cell research, abortion, genetic ethics, research ethics, and conscience rights for health professionals. We are also open to more theoretical matters, such as nuances of ethical theory, meta-ethics, and metaphysics as it relates to human nature. We welcome perspectives from medicine, nursing, biology, pharmaceutical sciences, psychology, social work, chaplaincy, and biblical scholarship.
Articles submitted for consideration should be of interest to the educated professional, but not restricted to the specialist. An author need not be a full-time academic or a member of a college or university faculty.