Jennie Pollock

COVID-19 Vaccines: making ethical decisions that value human life

Jennie Pollock is the Associate Head of Public Policy at the Christian Medical Fellowship, and a part-time freelance writer and editor. She has an MA in Philosophy and loves to think, read and write about the assumptions underpinning our cultural values.
The views expressed do not necessarily reflect those of CMF.

As the first COVID-19 vaccines are rolled out, many people are asking how Christians should think about the safety of vaccines developed and tested so quickly, the ethical issues surrounding their connection with tissue derived from an aborted fetus, and the questions around the equitable distribution of the vaccine both in the UK and to the global community.

In this webinar, hosted by the Evangelical Alliance Northern Ireland and Both Lives Matter on 10 December 2020, CMF’s Jennie Pollock, renowned public thinker on Christianity and medical ethics Prof. John Wyatt and Reader of Law at Strathclyde University, Dr Mary Neal, address some of these issues and give believers guidance on how to make up their own minds about what they will do when their turn comes.



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