40 Years Ago: Solzhenitsyn’s Prophetic Warning — and Meyer’s Counterpoint of Hope
Citing Dostoevsky, Solzhenitsyn stressed the need to be intellectually prepared to meet the challenge of atheism. That preparation requires a choice.
Euthanasia’s Cultural Collateral Damage: Less Respect for Human Life
Canada has fallen off the euthanasia moral cliff by allowing broad categories of people to be killed by doctors as a means of ending “suffering.”
Can Animals Be Held Criminally Responsible?
While the idea is handled provocatively in philosophy literature, in practice, animals are envisioned as plaintiffs, not defendants, in animal rights cases.
Intelligent Design and Man’s Free Will
Why do a husband and wife decide to have a child? A toy doll requires much less work.
Two Tales from the Euthanasia Dystopia
In Spain, a criminal who shot four people and was, in turn, shot in the spine by police and paralyzed, was granted death by euthanasia.