Moral constructions of HIV

A review of Anthony M. Petro

Once gay men were identified in public as the primary victims of and imagined cause of the disease, it became a moral crisis rather than a medical one.


The art of dying

spring books 1999

Since most people today die of chronic illnesses such as heart disease, cancer, stroke or dementia, and many live with these diseases for years, this handbook will be enormously helpful for pastors, patients and families. The book gives compassionate and sensible guidance to those seeking to negotiate the difficult spiritual and medical terrain that surrounds the experience of dying.