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Professor Neil Messer

Neil is Professor of Theology and Head of Theology, Religion and Philosophy at the University of Winchester. His research area is theology and bioethics; publications include Selfish Genes and Christian Ethics (2007), Respecting Life: Theology and Bioethics (2011) and Flourishing: Health, Disease and Bioethics in Theological Perspective (2013). He is on the Arts and Humanities Research Council Science in Culture Advisory Group and the Ethics Expert Group of the Community of Protestant Churches in Europe.


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