Biomedical Ethics in the Christian Narrative

3 DQ 1The four principles of biomedical ethics are 1. Respect for autonomy – requires respect for the decisions made by a person 2. Beneficence – requires prevention of harm to others, provides benefits, and balances those benefits against risks and costs 3. Nonmaleficence – requires not to cause harm to another and 4. Justice – requires fair distribution of benefits, risks, and costs to general population (Grand Canyon University, 2020). The order in the context of the Christian biblical narrative would be 1. Beneficence, building a caring and cohesive society 2. Nonmaleficence, caring and protecting the vulnerable 3. Justice – respect for individuals. 4. Autonomy, to affirm an individual has purpose.Using 200-300 words APA format with at least two references. Sources must be published within the last 5 years.

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