Books and Chapters

  • Freedom for Neighbor Love, in What's With Free Will? Ethics and Religion after Neuroscience, edited by Philip Clayton and James W. Walters, Cascade Book, 2020.  (08/2020)
  • “Seventh-day Adventists and Care for the Newborn,” in Religion and Ethics in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, edited by Ronald Green and George Little, Oxford University Press, 2019. (03/2019)
  • “A Prophetic Minority: Reflections on Adventist Social Ethics,” in Journeys to Wisdom: Festchrift in Honour of Michael Pearson, edited by Andreas Bochmann et. al., Newbold Academic Press, 2015, pp. 133-152. (07/2015)
  • “The Science of Psychology and the Ethics of Freedom: An Adventist’s Perspective,” in A Christian Worldview and Mental Health, edited by Carlos Fayard, et. al., Andrews University Press, 2011. (10/2011)
  •   “When the Patient Refuses to Eat,” in Complex Ethics Consultations, edited by Paul J. Ford and Denise M. Dudzinski, Cambridge University Press, 2008. (10/2008)
  • Gerald R. Winslow. "Just Dentistry and the Margins of Society" in Justice in Oral Health Care, ed. by Jos V.M.Welie. Milwaukee: Marquette University Press, 2006. 81 - 96 (01/2006)
  • Facing Limits: Ethics and Health Care for the Elderly, edited with                         James W. Walters, Westview Press, 1992 (10/1992)
  • Triage and Justice: The Ethics of Rationing Life-Saving Medical Resources,                         University of California Press, 1982 (06/1982)

Non-Scholarly Journals

  • Adventists, Abortion and Principled Integrity, Spectrum, vol. 47, issue 3, 2019. (06/2019)
  • "Freedom for Neighbor Love" Spectrum, Spring, 2018 (10/2018)
  • “The Adventist Church and Its American Health Systems,” Spectrum, Volume 44, Issue 1, Winter 2016. (12/2016)

Scholarly Journals--Published

  • Betty J. Winslow and Gerald R. Winslow. ""Ethical Boundaries of Spiritual Care"." Medical Journal of Australia . (May, 2007) In an age that has featured technologically sophisticated medical interventions, patients still desire spiritually nurturing health care. However, attention to patients' spiritual needs and resources in the clinical setting may raise a number of ethical questions. Five ethical guidelines are offered as illustrations of norms that respect patients' preferences and preserve professionals' integrity. (05/2007)