Peter Singer is at again, says Charles Colson, in his latest “BreakPoint” commentary. “How can we reduce the suffering of future generations? Well one famous ethicist has an idea.”
The Associated Press, on MSNBC, reports that Italian researchers have developed a procedure that has restored sight in 75 percent of patients.
Patrick Lee and Robert P. George, in National Review Online, say “Yes, at fertization, gametes cease to be and a new organism takes their place.”
In this LifeSiteNews.com story, Andrea Bocelli, makes it clear that he is “not only fighting against something, I am fighting for something – and I am for life.”
In her latest post, Sheila Liaugminas shares her thoughts on dads and church.
In his latest post, Albert Mohler asks, “What does it mean for large sectors of our society to become virtual matriarchies? How do we prepare the church to deal with
ZENIT news service reports on the plague of human trafficking. One stat: 12.3 million adults and children are in forced labor, bonded labor, and forced prostitution around the world, with
WORLD magazine has a wonderful article about five women who chose life over death–despite pressure from their doctors to abort.
Wesley J. Smith, who be the keynote speaker at the LFL National Conference in Green Bay, Wisconsin, July 23-24, asks “What happened to (our only hope) embryonic stem cell research?“
Mark Earley takes a look at Signs of the Times (“Truth in advertising, or a government campaign to steer women away from crisis pregnancy centers? You decide.”)