How exciting! “The future of sex includes robots, virtual reality...and [procreating] without meeting in person” says "sex and relationship" expert Laura Bergman. How is one to understand such ideas being put out by an "expert" in the field?
When my local school board met to discuss adding “gender identity” to its non-discrimination policy, I expected a substantive debate on the issue. Instead, I heard a thinly-veiled contempt for the public from the majority of board members who already had made up their minds.
On Tuesday, April 28, the U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments on same-sex marriage. Chief Justice John Roberts boiled the argument down to the fundamental issue: “You’re not seeking to join the institution,” he said. “You’re seeking to change what the institution is.”
The Illinois General Assembly is considering a bill that will introduce “protocols” requiring institutions and personnel with objections to abortion to refer abortion-seeking women to providers who will perform them. Can one comply with such an obligation without doing evil?
I met Jérôme Lejeune in 1983. Before we met, I lived a life divided. Monday to Saturday, I put on my white coat for science. On Sunday, I took off the coat and put on my crucifix, for faith. Professor Lejeune showed me that one can, and should, wear the coat and the cross, at the same time...