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Techno-Babies: Some Assembly Required? November 10, 2016

Treating Patients or Creating New Patients with Technology

By David Prentice, PhD / November 8, 2018 /

In this weekā€™s blog post, Dr. David Prentice discusses how emerging technologies offer opportunities for development of useful therapeutic interventions, but they can also offer temptations to rush ahead with risky, scientifically unproven and ethically questionable applications.

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Be Prepared. Not Scared.

By Tim Lawton, MD, MS (Human Nutrition), FAAFP / April 14, 2020 /

As a board-certified family physician and hospital medical director with over 25 years experience in emergency, hospital and nutritional medicine, I want to encourage you to do everything you can to stay as healthy as possible during this devastating epidemic.

As the U.S., state and local governments and healthcare professionals labor tirelessly in compassionate and effective efforts to protect American citizens from the spreading COVID-19 Coronavirus, governments in certain countries instead are reportedly exposing persecuted religious groups to the threat.

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Christian Doctorā€™s Digest ā€“ June 2015

Christian Doctor’s Digest – June 2015

By Christian Medical & Dental AssociationsĀ® / June 15, 2015 /

Seeking to equip you better to deal with the issues we face each day. John Patrick, MD helps prepare us to take our witness into the public square as we speak out on bio-ethical issues. Peter Anderson, MD shows us a new way to deal with the Electronic Medical Records in our practices. John Dunlop shares from his book Wellness for the Glory of God about how we can glorify God through our bodies.

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CPR in the Times of COVID-19

By Christine C. Toevs, MD / April 7, 2020 /

Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) is universally applied in cardiac standstill, unless a physician order is given to Do Not Resuscitate (DNR). CPR is the only procedure that can be performed without a physician order; a nurse cannot give aspirin, start an IV or feed a patient without an order. However, CPR is the automatic default when the heart stops. This universal application has created several ethical issues, and the current pandemic now has us questioning if CPR should be the automatic default.

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Christian Doctorā€™s Digest ā€“ August 2015

Christian Doctor’s Digest – August 2015

By Christian Medical & Dental AssociationsĀ® / August 15, 2015 /

Focusing on the foundational principles that are the bedrock of Christian medicine. Warren Kinghorn, MD discusses Medical Professionalism & the covenant relationship we have with our patients. Steve Furr, MD explores the issue of Family Practice in a small rural setting & the challenges that come with it. Robert Orr, MD delves into the topic of Same Sex Marriage & CMDAā€™s public policy statements on it. In this episode…

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COVID-19 Ramblings and Reflections

By Robert E. Cranston, MD, MA (Ethics) / April 9, 2020 /

The world is caught up in the COVID-19 pandemic. This virus has changed our lives, and it will continue to change the lives of people all over the world for years to come. Schools, churches, businesses, restaurants, sporting events and entire countries are closed or are placed under lockdown. Shelter-in-place, an old term, unknown to most, is now widely used, and it affects, by some estimates, more than half the country. At any hour of the day or night, one can find the most up-to-date tallies for morbidity and mortality in the U.S. and around the world. This led me to three observations.

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The ā€˜Ready-Aim-Fireā€™ of Lasting Change January 10, 2017

The ‘Ready-Aim-Fire’ of Lasting Change

By Christian Medical & Dental AssociationsĀ® / January 10, 2017 /

Ever wonder why achieving lasting change can be so difficult? One of the reasons, perhaps, is that change isn’t as simple as driving a car from one side of a bridge to the other.

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Share Your Prayer Requests

By Christian Medical & Dental AssociationsĀ® / March 26, 2020 /

CMDA has provided this online forum to express your prayer requests to a community of members and believers who can pray for you and bring you encouragement.

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A Doctorā€™s Vacation 1

By Al Weir, MD / August 31, 2021 /

Family vacations for doctors can be disorienting, at least for me. There is often a mental and emotional chasm separating the intensity and profundity of practice and the environment into which a vacation throws me.

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Ethics, Science and Ethical Science

By David Prentice, PhD / March 12, 2020 /

Should ethical considerations have a place in science and medicine? Should ethics reviews be a standard part of science proposal reviews? Some scientists have said one reason they donā€™t consult ethicists or think about the ethical implications of their research is becauseĀ ethicists usually say ā€œnoā€ to new technologies or because ethics is arbitrary. But what they are really avoiding is the necessity of setting rational limits on science, thinking they can thereby avoid any limits on their work. Limits that protect all human beingsā€”even nascent human lifeā€”are neither arbitrary nor irrational. Such limits offer essential protections against abuses that could actually tarnish the image and standing of science, and limits also provide us opportunities to appreciate our shared humanity. These limits are not barriers but rather channels to move the scientific endeavor onto more productive ground. Science and ethics are not diametrically opposed approaches. In fact, in most cases the two walk hand in hand, enjoying each otherā€™s company and benefitting from the shared journey.

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Escaping Death

By Nicole D. Hayes / July 29, 2021 /

ā€œThere is a way that seems right to a man, but its end is the way to deathā€ (Proverbs 14:12, ESV).

If deception counts on anything for its success, it is a mind that has a willful blindness to the truth. A mind created by God who thinks they can be their own god. But how does the created presume to know more than its Creator? Such a mind relies on its own understanding and denies any semblance of truth to justify its decisions. Unfortunately, such thinking is blinded and uninstructed, leading to destructive ends as indicated in Proverbs 14:12.

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A Word Aboutā€¦Doors April 6, 2017

A Word About…Doors

By Christian Medical & Dental AssociationsĀ® / April 6, 2017 /

During my years as a coach of Christian doctors, a common topic of interest has been ā€˜doors.ā€™ Perhaps a doctor has an opportunity for career change or advancement, and wants to coach about whether to walk through Door A or Door B (or there may even be Doors C, D, E, and F!)

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A Word Aboutā€¦Books April 13, 2017

A Word About…Books

By Christian Medical & Dental AssociationsĀ® / April 13, 2017 /

WE ARE A FAMILY of musings and stories and books. In fact, I come from a long line of storytellers. Some people talk with their hands. Some people talk with their eyes. I have to talk with my stories. Without my stories, I fumble for things to say. I struggle to communicate. But with stories, musings, ā€œfirst-person-happenings-to-me,ā€ I am freed from the need to think in words, and I can communicate in pictures drawn with sights and sounds and smells. I guess thatā€™s why I love to write.

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Pursuing Joy

By Al Weir, MD / February 18, 2020 /

Most of us seek joy and peace in our lives. Many of us seek Jesus so that we might find these sometimes-illusive treasures. Sometimes we might even make Jesus a means to an end, using Him for the good He can bring to our lives: good such as eternal life, peace, joy, delivery from troubles, etc. Certainly, Jesus is the way to such treasures.

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Israel Tour & Jordan Extension – February 2022

By Christian Medical & Dental AssociationsĀ® / June 14, 2021 / Comments Off on Israel Tour & Jordan Extension – February 2022

February 8-20, 2022
An eye-opening tour for first and second timers alike! This tour combines the basis of Old and New Testament together with features of Modern Israel as well.

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GPS February 2022

By Christian Medical & Dental AssociationsĀ® / June 1, 2021 / Comments Off on GPS February 2022

February 17-20, 2022
Grasping Power Through Surrender (GPS) Event for female physicians and dentists.

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WPDC Greece Tour – In the Footsteps of Paul, May 2022

By Christian Medical & Dental AssociationsĀ® / June 1, 2021 / Comments Off on WPDC Greece Tour – In the Footsteps of Paul, May 2022

May 7-16, 2022
An exciting tour filled with culture, biblical teaching, and fellowship. Even if you have been to Greece before, our tour will open new insights into the Apostle Paul and how his ministry got started in Europe.

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Greece Tour – In the Footsteps of Paul, October 2021

By Christian Medical & Dental AssociationsĀ® / January 6, 2021 / Comments Off on Greece Tour – In the Footsteps of Paul, October 2021

October 1-10, 2021
An exciting tour filled with culture, biblical teaching, and fellowship. Even if you have been to Greece before, our tour will open new insights into the Apostle Paul and how his ministry got started in Europe.

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Natural Medicine Handbook

By Walt Larimore, MD / April 6, 2021 / Comments Off on Natural Medicine Handbook

When it comes to natural medicines, such as herbs, vitamins, and dietary supplements, you want to make sure you’re getting the truth about what works, what is safe, and what is a waste of money. You need evidence-based, trustworthy, unbiased sources and studies so that you can make wise decisions for yourself and your family.

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Humans 2.0

By Christian Medical & Dental AssociationsĀ® / August 23, 2021 / Comments Off on Humans 2.0

In Humans 2.0, authors Fazale “Fuz” Rana and Kenneth Richard Samples open a window to the new world of human enhancement technologies and transhumanism their promises, potential, and pitfalls

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How Neighborhoods Make Us Sick

By Veronica Squires / January 15, 2019 / Comments Off on How Neighborhoods Make Us Sick

Everyone deserves the opportunity for good health. The decisions we make and actions we take can promote the health of our neighbors.

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Carpe Diem Redeemed

By Christian Medical & Dental AssociationsĀ® / May 27, 2020 / Comments Off on Carpe Diem Redeemed

In Speaking the Tooth in Love, Dr. Adam Algam describes the joys, excitement, and trials of life in the Middle East. Seeing things through Eastern eyes greatly enriches his understanding of scripture passages that originated in this ancient context.

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Donā€™t Give Up

By Kyle Idleman / March 5, 2019 / Comments Off on Donā€™t Give Up

The parent with the wayward child. The couple whose marriage is in jeopardy. The man who is out of work. The woman stuck in crushing debt. The patient with a bad diagnosis. The student who can’t get a fair shake. People hanging by a thread, losing faith and short on strength. What do they all need to hear?

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Promises in the Dark

By Eric McLaughlin / October 14, 2019 / Comments Off on Promises in the Dark

Promises in the DarkĀ by Dr. Eric McLaughlin strengthens the hearts of readers to persevere in Godā€™s calling to walk with those in need. As a missionary doctor in Africa, McLaughlin knows how walking closely with those who suffer and bearing othersā€™ burdens can easily lead to burnout or cynicismā€”unless we find the path to perseverance that the Lord provides.

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Grace is Greater

By Kyle Idleman / December 4, 2019 / Comments Off on Grace is Greater

Americans feel the culture changing around them, and they fear that their beliefs will soon be marginalized as a form of bigotry. Others, younger Christians in particular, are tired of the culture wars, and they wonder whether courtroom battles are truly worthwhile, or even in line with the teachings of Jesus. Luke Goodrich offers a reasoned, balanced, gospel-centered approach to religious freedom.

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Free to Believe

By Christian Medical & Dental AssociationsĀ® / October 22, 2019 / Comments Off on Free to Believe

Many Americans are concerned about rising threats to religious freedom. They feel the culture changing around them, and they fear that their beliefs will soon be marginalized as a form of bigotry. Others, younger Christians in particular, are tired of the culture wars, and they wonder whether courtroom battles are truly worthwhile, or even in line with the teachings of Jesus. Luke Goodrich offers a reasoned, balanced, gospel-centered approach to religious freedom. He applies biblical understanding to a number of the most hot-button cultural issues of our day. He also offers practical steps Christians can take to respond to religious freedom conflicts in an informed, responsible, and graceful way.

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