Its not very often where I will recommend a podcast that has stopped producing content. However, if you’re interested in one of the best pro-life audio resources available, allow me to point you to… 452 more words
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One of the most appealing movies back in the late 1980s was ROBOCOP. It was such an intrigue film that it has had three sequels so far. 663 more words
The finished result easily becomes a picture of the process of achieving it. For example: We hear a Beethoven symphony and think that the genius had this magnificent composition in his head. 469 more words
Next SSHM Seminar, February 4th: Dr Silvia Camporesi on “Stop this talk of new eugenics! Reframing the discourse around reproductive genetic technologies"
The Department of Social Science, Health and Medicine is delighted to announce the next event in our SSHM Seminar Series event. Please mark your calendars to hear… 443 more words
On CNN.com, radiologist Dr. Grazie Christie writes about new parents who are contemplating suing her for ‘wrongful birth,’ i.e. a physician’s failure to diagnose a problem, which, if the expecting parents had known about, would have lead them to choose abortion. 186 more words