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Challenge Response: All Human Life Is Not Equal

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Blog Post | Bio-Ethics | Alan Shlemon | February 11, 2016

Does Sentience Give Us Value?

Alan explains whether our value is derived from being sentient creatures. COMMENTS Read more posts

Video | Bio-Ethics | Alan Shlemon | January 7, 2016

Does Sentience Give Us Value? (Video)

Alan explains whether our value is derived from being sentient creatures. COMMENTS Read more posts

Blog Post | Ethics | Alan Shlemon | January 4, 2016

Quick Thought - My Body, My Choice?

The unborn is not part of the mother's body, but rather a separate body that lies within her. Scientifically, there are a number of qualities and characteristics that are different about the unborn and the mother. 

Quick Thought | Bio-Ethics | Alan Shlemon | June 11, 2015

Challenge Response: When Did You Choose Your Heterosexuality?

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Video | Ethics | Alan Shlemon | May 28, 2015

Challenge Response: When Did You Choose Your Heterosexuality?

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Blog Post | Ethics | Alan Shlemon | May 21, 2015

Challenge Response: There's No Scientific Consensus to When Human Life Begins

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Video | Bio-Ethics | Alan Shlemon | February 2, 2015

Challenge Response: No Scientific Consensus on When Human Life Begins

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Blog Post | Bio-Ethics | Alan Shlemon | January 15, 2015

Embryonic Stem Cell Success

This past November I wrote that embryonic stem cell research (ESCR) had not led to any successful human treatments. I was wrong.

Blog Post | Bio-Ethics | Alan Shlemon | January 6, 2015

Challenge Response: Sexual Orientation Never Changes

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Blog Post | Christianity & Culture | Alan Shlemon | January 1, 2015