Monthly Archives: August 2014

Restricting IVF Because of Population Concerns

The ethical challenge with in-vitro fertilization (IVF) is the high loss of life for human beings in the embryonic stage.  Also, in favor of the Biblical ideal, many advocate for children to be brought into a solid relationship that has … Continue reading

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Time Running Out for NZ Frozen Embryos

While in-vitro fertilization (IVF) has permitted many infertile couples to have children, many more children have died through the destroying of unneeded or unwanted embryos.  There are also now legal mandates for such destruction. New Zealand requires that all sperm, … Continue reading

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“The Giver” a Fascinating Movie

My wife and I went to see “The Giver” and I would recommend it.  As a film goes I feel it was well done.  It also serves as a fascinating statement about society’s vision of “utopia” and its selective value … Continue reading

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ALS and the Ice Bucket Challenge

What is ALS? Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) is a progressively degenerative neurological disease.  It is also known as “Lou Gehrig’s Disease,” named for the popular baseball player who died of the malady in 1941, just 17 days shy of his … Continue reading

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Changing Rhetoric Suggests Changing Hearts – It is Not Good!

In January of 2013 I wrote an article on the changing language of abortion.  In 1974 when the House of Representatives considered the merits of a Human Life Amendment advocates of abortion rights testified this would all be a different … Continue reading

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