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Stem Cell Stalemate

July 30, 2006

I asked my Sunday School class this morning a question. Enshrined in our religious heritage and law is the command, “Thou shalt not kill.” Are there any legitimate exceptions? We came up with three: 1) wartime, 2) self-defense, and 3) capital punishment. Of course, we could debate the nuances of... View Article

Getting Started

July 30, 2006

This Web log reflects my own views about human life, and what gives each one of us dignity and value. In spite of new biotechnologies and the marvels brought about by medical science, the basics of our existence haven’t changed throughout history. What does it mean to be human? Those... View Article