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Has the sanctity of life law ‘gone too far’?: analysis of the sanctity of life doctrine and English case law shows that the sanctity of life law has not ‘gone too far’

Citation: Abdul-Rasheed Rabiu and Kapil Sugand. Philosophy, Ethics, and Humanities in Medicine 2014, 9:5 doi:10.1186/1747-5341-9-5

The medical profession consistently strives to uphold patient empowerment, equality and safety. 256 more words


Life, Death, and Humans Killing Each Other

Have you ever had times where you’ve been mulling over a passage of Scripture. Thinking about it and wondering how it fits into everything else, and then you run into things that fall into line with it? 1,271 more words


The Sanctity of Life

Caution: the contents of this post may sicken you and will no doubt offend you. Reader discretion is advised.

Sadly, there is a woman with an even more confused, twisted and disgusting view of abortion than Heather Ault. 1,614 more words

Politics/Current Events

Wheaton wins temporary injunction against HHS requirements

NEWS | The U.S. Supreme Court has issued additional protection to Wheaton College as it fights a mandate in the Affordable Care Act that requires employers to cover drugs like the morning-after pill in their employee health plans. 212 more words


The Briefing: Religious liberty advocates celebrate Hobby Lobby win

Baptists almost ‘dance for joy’ over religious freedom ruling

THE BRIEFING | Meredith Flynn

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled June 30 in favor of Hobby Lobby and Conestoga Wood Specialties, deciding that the companies do not have to cover abortion-inducing drugs in their employee health plans. 465 more words


The Wonderful World of Dizzy

On the drive into camp Stella was buoyant. So was I. The impossible ocean rustled and shone in the near distance, a scratched azure slate the color of a pastille; something to put in your mouth. 963 more words

Staring Into Middle Distance


Lantern Hollow Press is about producing literature that reflects a biblical world view.  One aspect of that world view is that values human life as something sacred and deserving protection from the law, including in the womb.  758 more words