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In a recent article in a science magazine, David Barash argues for creating “humanzees” in order to make a theological point.
We human beings have an astonishing ability to deceive ourselves about the value of other human beings when that deception is convenient for us.
Planned Parenthood’s claim that abortion makes up only 3% of their services is back in the news again. Watch this video for the context needed to understand that statistic.
A French court upheld the banning of an ad meant to encourage mothers not to abort their Down syndrome children, saying it might disturb people’s consciences.
Greg talked to John Stonestreet on yesterday’s podcast about the 21 Days of Prayer for Life booklet he co-authored with Scott Klusendorf, so I wanted to make it easy for everyone to find. It’s not just a prayer guide; it’s also a teaching tool. Here’s an explanation of its purpose from the introduction:
The latest Planned Parenthood video is so evil I’m having trouble handling it.
This is the interview Scott Klusendorf recommended on last week’s show, and I echo his recommendation.
A person doesn’t have to know the Bible in order to know right and wrong, right? Well, yes and no. It all depends on what value system is being fed to that person by society. A society saturated in a Christian understanding of morality will reinforce that understanding, even among its atheists. A society without the background of Christianity behind it will enforce a different understanding of morality. Atheists have the mistaken idea that objective morality is simply obvious to everyone, but the truth is, it’s not.
The arguments against slavery were the same as the arguments now against abortion: All human beings are intrinsically valuable and have equal natural rights, regardless of their characteristics.
An article by Dinesh D'Souza posted on Christianity Today directly addresses many of the conversations we've had in the blog comments recently about the foundation for human rights and whether or not rights can continue indefinitely in a post-Christian culture. D'Souza explains: