Browse by Author

View the author page.

  • Dr Peter Saunders
  • Philippa Taylor
  • Steve Fouch
  • Guest

About Us

Welcome to the Christian Medical Fellowship blogs. Here you will find comment on a wide range of topical issues at the interface of Christianity and medicine. Although all blog posts are reviewed by an editorial team, our blog authors all write in a personal capacity and the views expressed are not necessarily those of CMF. We encourage interaction and debate so please feel free to contribute to the discussion.

Latest posts

Ebola – How to help

The World Health Organisation (WHO) has declared the Ebola outbreak in West Africa a Public Health Emergency of International Concern – only the third time in its history it has made such a declaration. Despite this, the international effort to stem the Ebola outbreak has […]


A Chilling Prospect

‘Smart Women Freeze.’ So states the advert for an ‘egg freezing event’ in New York last week, run by EggBanxx . Over champagne, women anxious to beat their biological clocks by preserving their younger, healthier eggs until such a time when they are ready to […]

Responding to the Ebola epidemic – What would Jesus do?

We are in the midst of the biggest outbreak of viral haemorrhagic fever caused by the Ebola virus that the world has ever known. Initially affecting Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone, isolated imported cases have been reported in the UK, the United States, Spain, Germany, […]

Survey into your experience of being a Christian in your workplace – please contribute!

The Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) is conducting a major research exercise into how well freedom of religion and belief is protected in the UK. The Government is reviewing current legislation and wants to hear about your experiences, both positive and negative. It has […]

Taking nothing for granted – reflections from a missionary in Ecuador

It was a situation I never, in all honesty, expected to find myself in. A fellow missionary had phoned asking me to see a short-term volunteer who was, “suffering from a bit of asthma.” Two hours later I was in the back of our pick-up […]