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 both a husband and wife.  As a result the idea of a single woman having a child via IVF is rarely discussed.

Now, however, ethicists from Boston College argue that single women should not be allowed to have IVF as a measure to keep the population down.  Read the story: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/politics/10988963/Single-women-should-not-get-free-IVF-say-ethics-experts.html

About Bob F.

Born in Pleasanton, CA on October 5, 1956 and raised primarily in Lake Geneva, WI. I am the oldest of four sons to my parents, Bob and Helen Fleischmann who presently live next door to me in rural Wisconsin. I am an ordained Lutheran minister and I serve as the national director of Christian Life Resources.
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