I had just turned from one face when my eyes fell upon another.
Let's talk about one of the most emotionally charged subjects there is — abortion — but in an unemotional way.
Let's start with what it does to the teenage brain.
Here's a simple exercise in basic reasoning. On a spectrum of bad things to do, theft is bad, assault is worse and murder is worst.
These days it’s difficult not to be ill.
The practice of medicine is an inescapably moral enterprise precisely because physicians are always seeking to do some kind of good and avoid some kind of evil for their patients.
Four forces have washed the intellectual underpinnings of the abortion regime away: science, technology, dishonesty, and hypocrisy.
The Ontario College of Physicians and Surgeons is consulting on whether patients' right of access to certain procedures, such as abortion, should trump the rights of those physicians who refuse, for reasons of conscience, to provide them.
Euthanasia is so accepted that doctors must now justify prolonging a life.
Why were there no hospitals, for anyone and everyone, in the ancient world? Because Jesus had yet to give mankind, through his Church, the great directive.