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An article in the Journal of Medical Ethics argues there’s a good possibility that fetal human beings can feel pain earlier than the previously accepted 24 weeks.
Contrary to the opposite charge people tend to make today, early Christianity was mocked for being too pro-women. Here’s why.
Abortion is often defended as necessary because of rape and the life of the mother, but it turns out these are two of the least common reasons why women have abortions in the United States.
Is there a legitimate dividing line between human persons and human non-persons? Greg explains why we need to be sure about the answer to this question.
Is there hope for a person who experiences same-sex attraction? Alan responds to this question and more in part two of his discussion with Jack Hibbs.
Did you miss any of these most-viewed videos of 2019? Here’s your chance to catch up!
Here are the most-listened-to podcasts of 2019—ten of Greg’s long-running podcast, and, as a bonus, the top three episodes of our shorter podcast, #STRask.
We’ve reached the end of the year, so it’s time for the annual roundup of top posts. Here are the 2019 posts that received the most views this year. Enjoy!
Why and how should you mark up a book? Alan reflects on an article by Mortimer Adler, explaining three benefits you will receive when you interact with what you read.
Does the fact that unborn children don’t breathe air mean they aren’t yet live human beings? Does the Bible teach this in Genesis 2:7, as some claim?