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The End of an Era

August 21, 2008

Sometimes it takes a person from outside our society to be its most honest critic. On August 3, 2008, one such voice became silent. Alexandr Solzhenitsyn died at the age of 89 of a heart ailment. This once unknown Russian high school teacher published his first book, One Day in... View Article

Who Am I?

August 15, 2008

In our ongoing academic debates over reproductive technologies, it is perhaps all too easy to forget the real issue: we are talking about how we treat human persons, created in God’s image, who have incalculable worth. Sometimes it is good to step back and put a face on the special... View Article