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Kagan's Abortion DistortionJun 29, 2010

By Lowell Highby

Category: Abortion

Shannon W. Coffin, in National Review Online, writes how the Supreme Court nominee manipulated the statement of a medical organization to protect partial-birth abortion. ... Continue Reading

A Rat Is a Pig Is a Dog Is a BoyJun 29, 2010

By Lowell Highby

Category: Bioethics

Join us in Green Bay, Wisconsin, to hear noted bioethicist Wesley J. Smith give the keynote address at 2010 National LFL Conference. His latest book, A Rat is a Pig is a Dog is a Boy, was recently reviewed by Bill... ... Continue Reading

Broken Genome Promises - Identifying the WeakJun 28, 2010

By Lowell Highby

Category: Bioethics

Chuck Colson, in this Breakpoint commentary, asks "Is it possible that a tool for preventing disease could become a tool from preventing unwanted babies?" ... Continue Reading

The Case Against Marriage, Courtesy of NewsweekJun 25, 2010

By Lowell Highby

Category: Family Living

Albert Mohler takes a look at "The Case Against Marriage, Courtesy of Newsweek." "The Christian church should take careful note of this essay, not because its arguments are unprecedented, but because its distillation of these arguments in one of... ... Continue Reading

The Nativity of John the BaptistJun 24, 2010

By Lowell Highby

Category: General

On the church year calendar, today is set aside to remember John the Baptist. Dr. Lamb, in his June Sponsor Letter, had some great comments related to this day:  June 24 is the Nativity of John the Baptist. John’s nativity... ... Continue Reading

Partying Toward ExtinctionJun 24, 2010

By Lowell Highby

Category: Bioethics

Peter Singer is at again, says Charles Colson, in his latest "BreakPoint" commentary. "How can we reduce the suffering of future generations? Well one famous ethicist has an idea." ... Continue Reading

Stem cells reverse blindness caused by burnsJun 24, 2010

By Lowell Highby

Category: Bioethics

The Associated Press, on MSNBC, reports that Italian researchers have developed a procedure that has restored sight in 75 percent of patients. ... Continue Reading

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