Genetically modified theology: The religious dimensions of public concerns about agricultural biotechnology
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AbstractThis article discusses human issues raised by genetically modified foods. The authors argue that public anxiety over GM foods has been misunderstood - public reaction can be seen as reasonable rather than irrational and emotional, concerns relate to the level of ontology and theology rather than physical health, and people are concerned about the spirit in which GM technology is being developed. The article includes analysis from focus groups.
CitationStudies in Christian Ethics, 14(2), 2001, pp. 23-41.
PublisherT & T Clark
JournalStudies in Christian Ethics
DescriptionThis is a PDF version of an article published in Studies in Christian Ethics© 2001. The definitive version is available at http://sce.sagepub.com/
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