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Bioethics and Emmanuel’s Return

December 21, 2006

Our guest blogger this week is John Silvius, Center Associate for Environmental Ethics. In the December 4 entry, we reflected upon the incarnation, where God became flesh and dwelt among us as our Emmanuel. His entry into this world to reconcile it from the fall signifies the value He places... View Article

Of Babies and Body Parts

December 14, 2006

This holiday season is all about new life. But in a cruel parody of the Christmas story, grisly news has emerged from the Ukraine. According to the BBC News Service, it appears that healthy newborn babies have been slaughtered as a source of stem cells. Video evidence from actual autopsies... View Article

Emmanuel and the Environment

December 4, 2006

Our guest blogger this week is John Silvius, Center Associate for Environmental Ethics. In the last entry, we saw that the incarnation is “the ultimate testimony to the value of all human beings.” The baby born of Mary in the straw amidst the animals in the stable also provides the... View Article