“The phrase is said to have originated with Thomas Hobson (1544–1631), who offered customers the choice of either taking the horse in his stall nearest to the door or taking none at all.”
Dr. Spetner explains why evolution is not even a theory, why loss of information and antibiotic resistant bacteria are no evidence for evolution, and more.
We love evolutionist Jerry Coyne in part because unlike more wary Darwinists, he blunders into contradictions all the time that expose the inconsistencies in his view of the world.
Dr. Egnor, in contrast to Dr. Coyne, has worked with, operated on, and helped many children with the conditions that Coyne thinks should justify killing them.
This is not a slippery slope. This is an ice cliff.
Jerry Coyne argues, astonishingly, that the vulnerability of handicapped children justifies killing them.
Jerry Coyne is surprised at the outrage that atheist ethicist Peter Singer has received for advocacy of infant euthanasia.
I’m confident Coyne will be outraged by this proposal — as he should be. However, this is exactly how we treat dogs.
Don’t involve the medical profession in your atrocity. It takes no skill to kill a baby.
Writing at National Review Online, Wesley Smith asks, “Does Darwinism Lead to Infanticide Acceptance?”