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Each question should be 75 words and have a reference. Please use the current course textbook, Practicing Dignity in all of your assignments. Many students do internet searches and cite the old course text, Called to Care by Shelly & Miller. Please refrain from doing this. Also, internet papers with old source may actually be incorrect information.
The new text, Practicing Dignity, was specifically written by several contributors and released in 2020 for this course and addresses all of your assignments.
Please be aware that each chapter of Practicing Dignity was written by different authors, therefore different citations are required each week. Cite by author(s) last name and publish date (Bogue & Hogan, 2020) within your papers and written out appropriately by current APA standards on your reference pages.
Practicing Dignity Chapter 1 Example:
in-text citation: (Bogue & Hogan, 2020).
reference page: Bogue, D.W., & Hogan, M. (2020). Foundational issues in Christian spirituality and ethics. In Practicing Dignity: An introduction to Christian values and decision-making in health care. URL: Grand Canyon University – Digital Resources
q1- What is the Christian concept of the imago Dei? How might it be important to health care, and why is it relevant?
q2- In this week’s readings, various perceptions of what it means to be a human being were mentioned. Some believe humans consist of only a physical being (physicalism), while others say we have a body and a soul (dualism). DIscuss this.
q3- How does the moral status help practitioners or nurses decide appropriate medical care for an individual?
q4- The concept of imago dei means a lot to Christians. This is because imago dei is a latin word meaning the image of God. Discuss on this topic.
q5-Discuss why knowing and understanding the concept of the imago Dei is important to everyone, most notably to health care.
q6- What is the Christian concept of the imago Dei? How might it be important to health care, and why is it relevant?