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A Lesson from Uncle Mikey

A good friend of mine recently attended the funeral of a well-beloved uncle, an uncle who had Down syndrome, Uncle Mikey. The pastor conducting the service took the opportunity to speak about the sanctity of human life—of… 503 more words

Getting The Focus Right

General Election 2015: Christian Institute Election Briefing

The Christian Institute have published their Election Briefing 2015, which can be downloaded or ordered as a hard copy. The briefing provides a detailed summary to the election from a conservative Christian viewpoint and should prove a useful, informative tool. 127 more words

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30-year-old Russian man volunteers for world's first human head transplant Medical News Today

http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/292306.php

A while ago I posted a link for the story of a doctor suggesting he would be able to perform a head transplant. I asked if it was possible and even if it was should it happen. 215 more words

Ethics And Morals

George Carlin On the Sanctity of Life

I’m reading Voltaire’s Candide right now, which is blowing my mind.  I will comment why at some point.  Anyway, it made me think of this piece by George Carlin.   625 more words

The Sanctity of Life in Islam

It is a manifestation of the dignity of man that Islam has placed an infinite value on human life. This is expressed in the Qur’an… 437 more words

Struggle | Jihad

Tinfoil Discussions -part 51

     After their ‘non-coital complementary climaxes’ –according to Sandy that was the actual phrase Outer Course used- she had kissed Bryan deeply, grabbed a big bath towel from the rod, wrapped it around herself, thrown him one, taken his hand and led him into her bedroom. 1,439 more words

Fiction

Libertarian Ethics - The Case of Voluntary Cannibalism

Libertarians place liberty at the core of politics and philosophy. It is argued that as rational human beings we should be allowed full autonomy. We are free to consent to do whatever we like and make whatever decisions we want as long as we do not impinge on the liberty of others. 650 more words

Ethics