“Finding Nemo” and searching for Down Syndrome

“Finding Nemo” and searching for Down Syndrome

I don’t watch many movies. But I was at the hospital yesterday for an appointment, and I had a sudden urge to watch “Finding Nemo”. I’d watched it 12 or 15 years ago. I had forgotten the beginning of the movie, where the mother and children are...
Can we stop cooperating with abortion?

Can we stop cooperating with abortion?

I recently wrote about how Christians should avoid cooperating with abortion. There are many reasons that people decide to abort a pregnancy. But the purpose of the abortion itself is (almost always) to kill the fetus. Pro-life people believe that a fetus is already a...
Family, Language, and Joe #009–Absurd

Family, Language, and Joe #009–Absurd

Last October, the Canadian Paediatric Society published “Medical Assistance in Dying: A Paediatric Perspective”, in order to influence the Canadian government to allow euthanasia for children. This April, Ontario’s government-funded conference on...
Family, Language, and Joe #005–Lobster

Family, Language, and Joe #005–Lobster

In Switzerland, starting March 1, 2018, must not be boiled alive. Bioethicist Wesley Smith says this doesn’t make sense–Switzerland cares about the potential feelings of lobsters, but doesn’t care about the real lives of human beings, and facilitates...