Expendable Mothers

Adelaide couple Mark and Matt, both 29, have acquired Thai-designed newborns Tate and Estelle through commercialised surrogacy overseas. According to Adelaide’s Sunday Mail, “the dual boy-girl delivery an hour apart by caesarean section to separate surrogate women for gay parents is believed to be an Australian first”. These babies have a complex genealogical history. They were conceived from eggs extracted from a single Caucasian donor woman … Continue reading Expendable Mothers

The Perverse Fruits of IVF

February 18, 2014 (ALL.org) – In vitro fertilization is one of many procedures listed as a specialty in the field of reproductive medicine. Everything from treating pregnancy to aborting children to birth control to treating infertility is included. “Infertility” is the inability of a couple to achieve pregnancy the natural way. It is this condition that first generated the interest and scientific study pursued by the fathers … Continue reading The Perverse Fruits of IVF

Documentary to Present the Dangers of Contraception

Click on our sidebar tag cloud topic “birth control” and you’ll see that we’ve been talking about hormonal / chemical birth control for years now. The Dangers to New Mothers, Pulmonary Embolisms, Breast Cancer, Lies within the industry, Abortifacient death of millions of unborn, and much more. The facts are there and the world is starting to wake up to them only after a long … Continue reading Documentary to Present the Dangers of Contraception

The Missing Mother

Surrogacy industry a return to dark days Adelaide couple Mark and Matt, both 29, have acquired Thai-designed newborns Tate and Estelle through commercialised surrogacy overseas. According to Adelaide’s Sunday Mail, the dual boy-girl delivery an hour apart by caesarean section to separate surrogate women for gay parents is believed to be an Australian first. These babies have a complex genealogical history. They were conceived from eggs … Continue reading The Missing Mother

The Problem With Surrogacy

Purposefully Making Orphans Surrogacy and the “selling” of eggs and babies have become a booming business in the brave new world that has abandoned the fear of God as the beginning of wisdom. Kevin Swanson speaks of several problems related to surrogacy and the purposeful manufacturing of orphans. At the point at which the child is transferred to the womb of another person you have … Continue reading The Problem With Surrogacy

‘Disposable’ kids helpless victims of womb-for-rent business

“In our modern world sometimes the idea of surrogacy is distorted. It can even be used to avoid the hardships of pregnancy and to preserve the beauty of a body. That turns surrogacy into a business.” Aleksandr Trukhan, head of the Palliative Care Dpt. Recommended Resources Why the Church Needs Bioethics: A Guide to Wise Engagement with Life’s Challenges Suffer the Children: The Blessing of … Continue reading ‘Disposable’ kids helpless victims of womb-for-rent business

This is Huxley’s Brave New World

CBC founder and president Jennifer Lahl was interviewed in 2012 for a documentary on reproductive technologies for German TV. Jennifer’s segment, aptly titled “This is Huxley’s Brave New World,” is available online (the interview is in English with German subtitles). We’ve hope it helps get people thinking about (and communicating about) reproductive technologies. Recommended Resources Why the Church Needs Bioethics: A Guide to Wise Engagement with Life’s Challenges … Continue reading This is Huxley’s Brave New World

Book: Why the Church Needs Bioethics

Editor’s note: This book has many good things to say and is for the purpose of directing our thinking back to scripture. It doesn’t however make conclusive directions for the reader. It leaves the responsibility for ethical biomedical decisions where they ultimately lie, on the shoulders of its readership.  The pace of change in modern times often has the power to astonish and to take … Continue reading Book: Why the Church Needs Bioethics