And now for something completely different...

Mollie at GetReligion points to a good article in my home state's paper-of-record on the ethical and religious dimensions of "educational" displays of plastinated human bodies, like the one going on at our local megamall. The ethicists and clergy persons interviewed for the article do a fine job of articulating some of the issues at stake behind the vague sense of ethical unease I've had in reading about these exhibits.

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