The problem of theodicy is real, of course. We don’t always know or understand God’s ways.
I can write those words. I understand their meaning. But I can’t comprehend such an utter rejection of human exceptionalism.
In a world of bioethicists who primarily eschew the sanctity/equality of life ethic, Fordham University’s Charles Camosy is a refreshing ethicist worthy of the title.
Remember the admonition of C.S. Lewis: “If men had postponed the search for knowledge and beauty until they were secure, the search would never have begun.”
I stopped by Joe the truck driver’s house to talk. Joe read Yale neurologist Steven Novella’s essay, and he didn’t think much of it.