Francis Etheredge is married with eleven children, three of whom are in heaven.
Marriage and family life are a work of graced nature: a single reality which has a history and is a vocation.
Through sharing his life, Francis hopes that others will discover the God who comes to help.
Is bioethics a technical specialization or a profound expression of human being? Wonderfully expanding the book's
embrace of this question, it is
beautifully enriched by eight Forewords. Beginning again and again, Etheredge searches old and new sources that help us to understand who we are: both
personally and objectively - gazing into the mysterious depths of human personhood. Why are we "from" relationship, "in" relationship and "for"
relationship? He then goes on to explore the specific difficulties that make it urgent that we formally recognize that the gift of human being founds our
equal dignity before God and each other.