Tag: ethics

Should Infanticide be Legal?

Peter Singer, a bioethicists, believes he is too humane to eat a hamburger because animals should have rights, yet has no qualms about murdering children before and after birth.  Singer believes that an unborn child only acquires “moral significance” at…

Darwin’s Conundrum

Darwin struggled with a paradox.  If evolution is a struggle for survival, how could generosity, compassion, and other altruistic virtues have spread through natural selection? Even Darwin could see the clear evolutionary benefit to groups that inculcated ethical values in…

Cut-Flower Ethics

For well over a generation, we have been living on “cut-flower ethics.”    Fools and those possessing an arrogance bordering on self-deification think we will long survive as a decent society without teaching the Bible and without consulting it for…