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Arts and Humanities
BWVW 102 Weider. Exam 2
Terms in this set (39)
All moral truth are dependent on human experience
End justify the means
Man controls and manipulates nature according to his wish
Suffering is senseless
Right to die
Death ends suffering
At death: no accountability for how we behaved and what we believed.
Technology (ability) determines morality
Describe Biblical theism
Some moral truth is outside of and independent from human experience
The ends and means are just
Man cooperates with and maintains creation according to divine will
Suffering has value
Responsibility to respect life
Death may begin endless suffering
At death: Accountability for what we believe and how we behaved
Morality limits technology. (Can does not equal should)
Describe Roe v. Wade
A case on Abortion-Main case used to fight for abortion. Lifted ban in all 50 states. Abortion is a women's right to privacy and the unborn are not person so they are not protected under the constitution. Date: Jan 22, 1973
Describe Doe v. Bolton:
A case on Abortion- It expanded the definition of the "health: of the mother to include familial financial and psychological issues etc. as determined by her physician. Doe had a mental disability. This case said they can abort until the day before birth. Date: Jan 22, 1973
Describe Griswold v. Connecticut:
A case on Abortion- Griswold was a director of planned parenthood and he talked to couples about birth control options. The ruling was that the family had a right to privacy and Griswold was not a physician so he could not give hat kind of information. Date: June 7th, 1965
Describe Planned Parenthood v. Casey:
A case on Abortion- Discarded 3 trimesters of Roe and focused on the viability of the fetus as the determining point where a state's interest in unborn life begins. Viability is when a child is able to survive outside the womb. Date: 1992
Describe the Baby Doe case:
A case on Euthanasia- Baby was born with down syndrome and the mother did not want the child. Also, the esophagus had a whole in it that needed medical attention. Mother denied the surgery to repair it and the baby died of starvation. Date: April 1982
Describe Cruzan v. Missouri:
A case on Euthanasia- Cruzan was in an accident; she was in a persistent vegetative state (PVS). Missouri supreme Court said not to take her off life support. The U.S. Supreme court said they could not know what Nancy would have wanted us to do. 2 girls from her college remember a talk they had about this and then the Missouri supreme court reversed their decision and took her off life support. Date: 1983-1990
What are the dates for Roe V Wade and Doe V Bolton
Jan 22, 1973
Which abortion methods are chemical methods
What abortion methods are surgical
Dilation and curettage
Suction and aspiration
Dilation and evacuation
dilation extraction D&X
Which methods can stop the implantation of a fertilized egg?
IUD which contains
Morning after pill
What is Infanticide and the what is the first infanticide case
the crime of killing a child within a year of birth.
First case: Baby Doe case???
What is the definition of Euthanasia
The act of one person killing another because the person killed is terminally ill, suffering, disabled, or elderly.
What is Voluntary Passive euthanasia
Patient requests their own death by withholding medical treatment and lets the disease or medical problem kill them
What is Voluntary Active euthanasia
Patient request that something is done to kill them. Ex lethal injection. Cause of death is something other than the disease
What is Involuntary Passive euthanasia
Patient does not request medical assistance to be withheld, someone else decides that for them. Usually when a patient is unable to communicate or understand their condition.
What Involuntary Active Euthanasia
Someone other than the patient decides to bring about the death of the patient
What was the first state in the U.S. to allow Dr. Assisted Suicide by providing patients who are "terminally ill" and "mentally competent" to receive a
prescription for a lethal dose of drugs
Oregon in 1997
How did Terry Schiavo die?
she starved to death. Husband won the case to let her starve over the parents
what is palliative care
This type of care is focused on providing relief from the symptoms and stress of a serious illness. The goal is to improve quality of life for both the patient and the family
List bacterial STI's
Are bacterial STIs curable?
Yes, they Can be cured with antibiotics, but can kill if left untreated
List Viral STIs
Are viral STIs curable?
No cure, can only treat symptoms
On average, how many new cases of STI's occur in the U.S. each year
what are myths regarding homosexuality
Homosexuality qualifies for minority status and special legal protection
Homosexuals compose 10% of population
Homosexuality is genetically determined, thus uncontrollable
Homosexuals cannot change
The homosexual lifestyle is happy, healthy, and responsibile
What was the sin of Sodom according to some homosexuals?
Why do people support euthanasia
It is a religious issue
Guidelines can prevent uses/abuses
It would only be for the "hard case"
We euthanize animal to relieve suffering, why not people?
There is no difference between choice in abortion and choice in euthanasia
what is the role of women in the church
Train younger women
Correct false teaching
Serve as a deaconess.
what is gender identity and gender dysphoria
Gender dysphoria refers to deep and abiding discomfort over the incongruence between one's biological sex and one's psychological and emotional experience of gender
Gender identity is the way you identify yourself??
What are purposes of dating
To learn more about the opposite sex and how to behave toward them
It enables one to learn about oneself
It is preparatory socialization for marriage and family roles
To facilitate mate selection
What are Danger signals in dating-
Breaking up frequently
Desire to date others
Extreme difference in friendships
Physical / emotional abuse
Length of acquaintance
Desire to marry in spite of these warnings
what are factors related to the "Love Test"
Intelligence and ability
Similarity of backgrounds
Attitude or philosophy of life
What are Factors to consider during engagement
Friends and associates
What is Complementarianism
it is A response to biblical feminism to reaffirm that men and women are equal on the essence or identify having both been created in image of God, but still having different roles in the home and church.
Home: man is to be the loving head of the woman and the woman is to voluntarily submit to his leadership.
Church: God has ordained that men are to lead the church and women are to support this work in the use of their gifts.
There are god ordained roles according to gender.
what is II Corinthians 6:14-15
Don't be teamed with those who do not love the lord, for what do the people of God have in common with the people of sin? How can light live with darkness? How can a Christian be a partner with one who doesn't believe?
what is II Corinthians 6:14-15 relationship to marriage.
Don't date someone who doesn't love God.
what is Egalitarianism-
It is biblical feminism
it Attempts to apply basic feminist ideas of equality to the scriptures and this to the home and the church.
Rejects extreme feminism
Same as men and not limited in terms of ministry opportunities by their gender.
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