Bioethics

How can pro-life Christians also support capital punishment?

"For nearly two millennia now, this passage [Rom 13:4] has been seen by most Christian faith traditions both as authorizing governmental authority and authorizing their right to use lethal force to punish evil doers, domestically through the criminal justice system and internationally through the military in “just war” conflicts with other nations." - Richard Land

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“The Senate unanimously outlawed animal cruelty but will continue to permit killing fetuses after they have the capacity for pain.”

"This week, the Senate will consider a bill to criminalize the act of killing an unborn human being after 20 weeks’ gestation, the point at which scientific evidence suggests fetuses can feel pain. But the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act will not pass, because too many politicians are committed to the notion that the unborn have no rights if they are deemed unwanted." - National Review

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Virginia and the lie at the heart of the pro-choice movement

"Yesterday Virginia’s senate narrowly repealed laws regulating abortion in the state. While only affecting Virginia, their action has nation-wide implications because it exposes the lie at the heart of the pro-choice movement—namely that being pro-choice is about being pro-woman." - Jesse Johnson

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Canada: BC government threatens to withdraw all funding from a facility that won't euthanize patients

"Hospice is not about making people dead. Rather, it seeks to help terminally ill patients live well through intensive medical, spiritual, psychological, and social treatments to alleviate the pain and emotional suffering ....Don’t tell that to the provincial government of British Columbia." - National Review

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“gene-editing technologies such as CRISPR and what’s being called ‘Prime Editing’ are ‘existential threats.’”

"Coming from a concerned non-scientist like me, these concerns can be easily dismissed as alarmist, but what if the concern comes from the Director of the National Institutes of Health?" - Christian Post

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Meet the xenobot: world's first living, self-healing robots created from frog stem cells

"These are novel living machines," said Joshua Bongard, one of the lead researchers at the University of Vermont, in the news release. "They're neither a traditional robot nor a known species of animal. It's a new class of artifact: a living, programmable organism." - CNN

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