Category Archives: Bioethics

My Perspective on Charlie Gard

I have written a small piece on the case of Charlie Gard, the British infant at the center of a treatment and parental rights controversy in Great Britain. The article is on the Christian Life Resources website. You can find … Continue reading

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Wesley Smith looks at Bioethics in 2017

As an instructor in bioethics, I often wait with frustration for policymakers and wannabes to say something significant about bioethical issues.  I did not hear any substantive reference to bioethics in the presidential campaigning of 2016.  While I likely should … Continue reading

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