Couples who struggle with infertility have many options today. One of them is invitro fertilisation (IVF). However, there are some ethical dilemmas that come with this treatment. Some pros and cons from a Christian perspective.
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A group of Ukrainians have started a collective to call Christians to protect their spiritual values. The initiative is called “Platform of Christian Unity in the Baltic and Black Sea Region,” and it aims to organise meetups for Christians around Ukraine, Lithuania, Latvia, and Poland.
Abortion rates in the Netherlands are almost higher than ever. In other parts of Europe, it is also on the rise. Experts disagree on its cause.
A Moscow court handed jail sentences to six people involved in surrogacy for “trafficking in people who are in an obviously helpless state.”
In France, the debate on self-determined death is ongoing. Now, a book has bundled the reflections of thirteen religious representatives on the issue.
Something was just wrong, but Olivia Maurel did not know what. Until she found out that her parents paid for her. She found her biological mother after a long search.
The predictably equivocal, even positive response from many on the political left to Hamas’s attack on Israel offers a fascinating glimpse into the strange fate of progressive politics in the West.
“Reproductive exploitation” is on its way to becoming an EU-wide crime.
Sometimes ignorance is better than knowledge, Augustine said. We should not know everything. Jordan Ballor applies this to embryo technology in a lab setting.
The elections come earlier this year. Not in December but in July. But worse is the fact that the vote is on Sunday. For Christians who keep this as the Lord’s Day, this means an extra separation from the world of politics.