Medicine & Religion

  1. Crane JK.  “Rethinking Conjoined Twins.”  CCAR Journal: The Reform Jewish Quarterly.  LIX/I(Winter 2011):125-141.
  2. Crane JK, Putney S.  “Exorcising Doubt About Religious Ethics.”  Open Peer Commentary.  American Journal of Bioethics.
  3. Crane JK.  “’Who You Talkin’ About?’ Parallel Truthiness Concerns Between Autobiography and Biography in Bioethics.”  Open Peer Commentary.  American Journal of Bioethics Neuroscience.  3/4(2012):82-83.
  4. Crane JK.  “Stem Cell Research and Judaism: Ethical Concerns.” Religions: a Scholarly Journal. 5(2013):41-54.
  5. Crane JK.   “Praying to Die: Medicine and Liturgy.” Journal of Religious Ethics. 43/1(2015): 1-27.
  6. Crane JK. “Who’s Your Mama Now? Rachel, Leah and Rabbinic Views on Their Procreative Possibilities.”  Journal of Jewish Ethics.  3/1(2017):92-117.
  7. Crane JK. “If I Only Had Three Eyes!  Jewish Perspectives on Genetic Enhancement.”  Studia Bioethica.  10/3(2017):24-29.
  8. Wolpe PR, Rommelfanger KS, et al, including Crane JK. “Ethical principles for the use of human cellular biotechnologies.”  Nature Biotechnology.  35/11(November 2017):1050-1058.
  9. Crane JK. “Married to HEAVEN: some ethical concerns in response to ‘HEAVEN in the Making’ by Ren and Canavero.”  AJOB Neuroscience.  8/4(October-December 2017):225-227.
  10. Crane, JK. “Judaism, Bioethics in [Addendum].” In B. Jennings (Ed.), Bioethics (4th ed., Vol. 4, pp. 1773-1774). Farmington Hills, MI: Macmillan Reference USA.  2014.
  11. Crane JK.  “Fear of Missing Out: Judaism, addiction, and the Internet.” In Addiction and Its Consequences in Jewish Law, 1105-116.  Walter Jacob, editor.  Pittsburgh, PA: Freehof Institute for Progressive Halakhah. 2014.
  12. Shapiro GK, Crane JK. “Abortion.”  Oxford Islamic Studies Online. Dr. Shabana, editor.  New York: Oxford University Press. 2018.
  13. Crane JK, with Bagheri A, Campbell A, Taylor C, Rusthoven J, Daar A. “Global Significance of Islamic Bioethics: A Jewish Perspective.”  In Islamic Bioethics: Current Issues and Challenges, 33-57.  Alireza Bagheri and Khalid Abdulla Alali, editors.  Hackensack, NJ: World Scientific Publishing Co., Inc.
  14. Crane JK.  “Advancing Death?  Discourse and Authority in Judaic Bioethics.” Normativity in Bioethics: Dealing with Bioethical Issues in a Globalized World.  Eds: Joris Gielen and Bert Broeckaert.  Springer: Advances in Global Bioethics.  Forthcoming.
  15. Crane JK. “If I Only Had Three Eyes!  Jewish Perspectives on Genetic Enhancement.”  Interreligious Perspectives on Mind, Genes and the Self:  Emerging Technologies and Human Identity, 181-187.  Joseph Tham, Chris Durante and Alberto García Gómez, editors.  London: Routledge.  2019.
  16. Crane JK.  “Against Assisted Suicide.” Evolve: Groundbreaking Jewish Conversations  December 2019.
  17. Crane JK. “Reform Jewish Perspectives on Abortion.” In Abortion: Religious and Non-Religious Perspectives. Alireza Bagheri, editor. Notre Dame, IN: University of Notre Dame Press. Forthcoming.
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