C. Everett Koop
C. Everett Koop, a pioneering pediatric surgeon and former U.S. Surgeon General, worked with theologian Francis Schaeffer to bring abortion to the forefront of evangelical social thought. He led the nation in addressing major public health concerns in the 1980s including AIDS and smoking. Koop died in February 2013 at 96.
The Embattled Career of Dr. Koop
Despite political pressures, the surgeon general was out to fight disease, not people.
A Surgeon General's Warnings
C. Everett Koop is not about to abandon his public platform.
Interview by Philip Yancey|
Medical Ethics and the Stewardship of Life
Many people believe that what is legal is right. An interview with C. Everett Koop.
Interview by Cheryl Forbes|
- Koop Calls on Church to Address AIDS, Sex EducationThe former Surgeon General also spoke about abortion, contraception, and the health care crisis.Ken Sidey|
- The End Is Not the EndC. Everett Koop on death and dying.C. Everett Koop|
- Christianity and Scientific ConcernsSix evangelical scholars--including C. Everett Koop--in a panel discussion on technology and bioethics.Carl F. H. Henry|
- The Surgeon General Speaks out on Baby DoeThis baby has taken America by the shoulders and given us a good shake.C. Everett Koop|