Right of Conscience and Cultural Change in Medicine

February 29, 2020 – February 29, 2020

Dallas, Texas

What does a medical professional do when the law requires a practice which their conscience believes is wrong? This area is becoming a challenge for believers in the gospel of Jesus Christ. How should medical professionals deal with these tensions and what may lie ahead for us in an ever-changing culture? Join us as we explore the medical, legal, and theological implications of these situations that regularly arise, including issues of gender and sexuality, end of life care, and beginning of life care.

Registration Information


REFRESHMENTS + LUNCH: We will provide a selection of hot and cold drinks (including coffee), lunch, and refreshments throughout the day. If you have any dietary concerns, let us know upon your registration at thcevents@dts.edu. We will only be able to provide specialized meals if you contact us before Friday, February 21, 2020.

TRAVEL: We do not have any relationships with hotels directly around Northwest Bible Church. However, we do have agreements with hotels close to Dallas Theological Seminary. If you would like to hear those options, please feel free to contact us at thcevents@dts.edu

Venue Information

Northwest Bible Church
8505 Douglas Avenue, Dallas, TX 75225



February 29, 2020  9 a.m. – 3 p.m.

8:30 AM – Doors Open

9:00 AM – Contending Conscientiously for Good Medicine (w/ Q&A)

10:00 AM – Coffee Break

10:30 AM – Rights of Conscience and the Practice of Medicine (w/ Q&A)

11:30 AM – Lunch

12:30 PM – The Hippocratic Oath and Beginning of Life Issues

End of Life

Conscience Rights – Understanding the Challenge

2:00 PM – Break

2:15 PM – The Right Way to Protect Your Rights (w/ Q&A)

3:00 PM – Conference Concludes

Continuing Education

Continuing education is offered and is at NO COST to CMDA members. For more information click here CE Offered

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