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Here's why the abortion-choice argument is unjust discrimination: The S.L.E.D. test originally comes from Stephen Schwarz in the first chapter of his book, The Moral Question of Abortion.
The goal of this essay is to present a comprehensive picture of the Transhumanist movement. We will examine the history of the assumptions and principles behind Transhumanist thought. Then we will analyze it within the standard framework of ideological thought. We will also discuss why it matters and see its growing influence in popular culture, politics, science, and even in big business. Finally, we will propose a balanced Christian response. Definition
There are many different opinions on this divisive topic in the Church today. So what does the Bible say?
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That's plenty of time to defend your pro-life views One morning at 1:30 AM, a car carrying five young attractive women pulled alongside mine at a stoplight on Pacific Coast Highway. They were in a rather rowdy mood, and were yelling out the open window to a man on the corner, “Get us a pizza!” Then one blond in the back seat turned her attention to me, making a motion with her arm for me to roll down my window. This might be interesting, I thought, as I obliged. Following is the conversation that ensued:
Now yesterday I had the opportunity of catching a new show here in the Los Angeles area for the first time. At 11 o'clock on Fox 11 Dennis Prager, a local talk show host and a fine thinker and a friend and a person who has helped me tremendously in the last number of years that I've been acquainted with him both professionally and personally, is the host of that show. It's a half hour format. He starts out with some opening comments like I do here, and, like he does on his own radio show, then he has a guest for about 15 or 20 minutes. Then they have a couple of comments from the audience.