This resource was assembled with the pastor, small group leader, or concerned friend in mind who needs to answer one critical question, “What does the Bible say about this bioethical issue?” While the Scriptures do speak to many bioethical issues, it must be admitted that there are gaps in the Scriptural response to the intricate ethical details of some bioethical issues. It is therefore hoped that the amount of material that is in the Scriptures will aid teachers and counselors to guide those areas where the Scriptures are apparently silent. Further while this resource aims to point the reader to the Scriptures for the morality and wisdom of certain actions, specific counseling helps are beyond its scope. (For example, with what Scriptures to comfort a patient who has recently discovered her genetic predisposition for breast cancer. For specific counseling helps in this area, please see Linda Costello’s similar work.) Finally, this is by no means an exhaustive work. Rather, the most applicable Scriptures have been listed. While trying to list all of the related Scriptures might be helpful to some, listing only the most salient insights should prove to be ultimately more helpful—indeed, an important criterion for effective teaching or counseling is not the quantity of material, but the quality of its reception. Less is often more.