Here are illustrations from Washington State, and from Switzerland.
No threat to science today is in any way comparable to that posed by the state church of post-modern naturalism.
Wesley Smith describes a range of consequences of viewing human beings as resources to be manipulated and exploited.
Bioethicist Travis Rieder compares having a child to releasing a murderer from prison to kill again.
What does the new book have to offer the perplexed today that previous works don’t?