That process is unfolding in Washington State, where a new bill would let non-doctors be part of the assisted suicide bureaucratic process.
Public confidence in institutions is eroding, including trust in our healthcare system. The American Society for Reproductive Medicine adds gravity to that slide.
A peculiar habit of disassociation is widespread among many who study the brain.
Avoiding serious discussion of design in nature (and of many other questions) fills a need.
CSC senior fellow John West has an article up at Washington Post‘s “On Faith” blog highlighting the importance of an open and broad debate on faith and evolution — one that includes intelligent design proponents. Dawkins and Collins are often put forward as the two alternatives in discussions over faith and evolution, but since they both embrace Darwin’s theory, they represent only a thin slice of the overall debate. Largely shut out from current media coverage are the growing number of scientists, as well as the vast majority of Americans, who view Darwin’s theory with skepticism. In an effort to broaden the conversation, Discovery Institute has launched www.faithandevolution.org, a website featuring scientists and scholars who aren’t afraid to ask tough Read More ›