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Author Index - Andrew Fergusson

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does God heal miraculously today? (nucleus - May 2019)

Old Testament Miracles in the OT are comparatively rare and are mainly confined to times of deliverance. Most are miracles of nature, provision, preservation, or are a revelation of God's will. The most numerous are of judgment. There are only eight healing miracles, (1) three of which involve raising the dead....

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NHS 70 years old (triple helix - summer 2018)

5 July commemorated 70 years of the UK's National Health Service. I briefly wrote for Triple Helix for the 50th anniversary (1) and the 60th, (2) so now want to reflect at greater length on Christianity's influence on medicine and the first 70 years of the NHS. The first 1900...

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20 Years of Triple Helix (triple helix - autumn 2017)

It is 20 years this autumn since the new-look Triple Helix first came out. As its first editor, I have been asked to review what led to its production. Let's begin at the real beginning. Christian Medical Fellowship came into existence in 1949 when the historic Medical Prayer Union merged...

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Assisted Suicide (triple helix - summer 2017)

Following very clear defeats of assisted suicide bills in the Westminster and Scottish parliaments in 2015, debate about this subject should be over for a decade or more - but it's not. So another book in the Talking Points series designed to help Christians think and talk about today's big...

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Face the Future (triple helix - spring 2015)

Following mission work in India, CMF member William Cutting had a wide-ranging internatio nal career with paediatric trainees, but after retirement in 1998 'the paediatrician metamorphosed into a concerned amateur geriatrician' and these first two volumes of a tetralogy arise from his pastoral care for 'seniors', those over 60. ...

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At the end of the day (triple helix - winter 2014)

This is an excellent review of the approach Christians should take when considering ethical and pastoral issues at the end of life. Brendan McCarthy's introduction starts with core beliefs, from which guiding principles are derived, and these lead to particular policies and practices. Those who don't necessarily hold our...

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Saying 'yes' to broadcasting (triple helix - winter 2014)

My phone rang. On the line was a BBC local radio station. 'Would you take part in an upcoming live debate with a pro-euthanasia spokesperson?' This was back in the early 1990s. I had recently taken over from Keith Sanders as CMF General Secretary and was flying solo. I had...

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Dominic Beer 1956-2013, a tribute (triple helix - summer 2013)

Dominic Beer, consultant psychiatrist and pioneer in psychiatric intensive care, who served CMF fruitfully for over 20 years, died on 19 April 2013 aged 56. Medicine Dominic went to Wadham College, Oxford in 1975 to study German and History, but even then was considering medicine. Discovering that having no science A-levels...

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BBC TV sitcom on assisted suicide (triple helix - spring 2013)

Is this the 'Way to Go'? Review by Andrew Fergusson - Chair, Advisory Group, Care Not Killing Alliance When the BBC announced (1) it was to air a six-episode 'black comedy' about assisted suicide on BBC3, its channel orientated towards young people, there was outcry, Conservative MP Mark Pritchard slamming it...

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Another GMC consultation: doctors 'assisting' suicide (triple helix - spring 2012)

Review by Andrew Fergusson Chairman, Advisory Group, Care Not Killing Alliance The General Medical Council has launched a consultation ending 4 May, on 'Guidance for the Investigation Committee and case examiners when considering allegations about a doctor's involvement in encouraging or assisting suicide'. (1) The definitive version will primarily...

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