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Seeing These Calamities to Their End

January 23, 2007

January 21st was National Sanctity of Human Life Day. On this day, 34 years ago, the U.S. Supreme Court legalized abortion for any reason. Our guest blogger this week is Murray Vasser, President of Cedarville Students for Life. In 1783 the slave trade dominated the world’s economy and was deeply... View Article

An Advance in Stem Cell Research

January 17, 2007

Good news from the Institute for Regenerative Medicine at Wake Forest University School of Medicine. As lead researcher Dr. Anthony Atala has just reported in the journal Nature Biotechnology, human stem cells can be found in the amniotic fluid. Stem cells are the “starter” cells that may become various mature... View Article

The Language of God

January 6, 2007

I have always thought that Dr. Francis Collins is a pretty cool guy. When I first met him in 1992, I was impressed by his engaging personality, his love of playing the guitar and riding motorcycles, and his unabashed Christian faith. Dr. Collins is the head of the National Human... View Article

The Year in Review

January 2, 2007

As we enter the new year, a look back at 2006 may give us perspective. Unfortunately, this has not been a particularly good year for the notion that human beings have inherent value. In fact, human personhood as a concept took a downward turn, replaced by a disturbing ‘end justifies... View Article