Several weeks ago I began preparing to preach a two sermon intro to Bioethics. It is part of an outreach format I am trying. -- The last Sunday of each month focuses on a different topic/current event and demonstrates the Bible as current in every age. Ultimately, it is to take the complex problems of life and show the simple solution in Christ. -- But this by the by. I wanted to ask if any here has any reading material to suggest or a format I could perhaps use for talking about bioethics. Of course, with only two sermons I am very limited, I know it is a huge area. I am leaning towards Life Before Birth in the AM. This would focus on the sanctity of life, our creation in the image of God etc. It will most likely touch on abortion, IVF, IA etc. The PM service will be directed towards Life Before Death and will touch on certain medicinal practices and euthanasia etc. While I don't want to go into these areas in too much detail, especially IVF, I don't want the sermon title to be a thinnly veiled fraud to get people through the door. I want to give genuine Bible answers to complex bioethical questions. Again, time is short and I know as much as anything it will just introduce people to the topic. The goal is to challenge and educate believers and to show the lost that the Bible is relevant. Anyway, any suggestions would be helpful.