When I learned Patrick Archibald published the “Theistic Evolutionist’s Creed” on his site, creativeminorityreport.com, I must admit I became jealous. For, I wish I had come up with this. This is brilliant![click to continue...]
“‘Wantedness’ was originally a term coined to describe a mother’s attitude toward the birth of a child.
“Sociologists decided that the degree to which a birth was wanted could be measured by accounting for less than perfect timing, less than perfect finances, or simply emotional hesitancy on the part of the mother.
“Yet its wider applications had more to do with phenomenology than with science.
“It could describe a person’s value in the social economy and the environmental factors limiting that value.”[click to continue...]
“A true and proper right to a child would be contrary to the child’s dignity and nature. The child is not an object to which one has a right, nor can he be considered as an object of ownership: rather, a child is a gift, “the supreme gift” and the most gratuitous gift of marriage, and is a living testimony of the mutual giving of his parents. For this reason, the child has the right, as already mentioned, to be the fruit of the specific act of the conjugal love of his parents; and he also has the right to be respected as a person from the moment of his conception.”[click to continue...]
Then-Cardinal Ratzinger goes on to liken this present situation to Genesis 3, following the Fall. God kicks Adam and Eve out of the Garden of Eden, and then He places angels to stand guard to bar the first humans’ reentry. Man was prohibited from eating from the tree that gave immortality, “since,” as Ratzinger explains, “to be immortal in this [fallen] condition would… be perdition.” Scientists “with genetic codes available to them [are] starting to pick from the tree of life and make themselves the lords of life and death, to reassemble life…”[click to continue...]
The Second Law of Thermodynamics is the Law of Entropy. The law says that things denigrate over time, they do not become more complex.
Yet, the entire theory of macroevolution rests on bucking a known scientific law of nature. Ironic, is it not?[click to continue...]
What about couples who opt for the genetic test during pregnancy, knowing they will have their baby killed if the test is positive? If they do get a positive test, they will have to wonder for the rest of their lives if it was a false positive.[click to continue...]