This week, a look at surrogacy in India, mental health in the rural United States, parenting in the Netherlands, findings on marriage resiliency, and a Christian response to claims of absolute bodily autonomy.
This week, a look at physician-assisted suicide, consensual sex, social media use and marital quality, and the Planned Parenthood video scandal.
This week, a look at genome editing, cryonics, womb transplants, and abortion statistics.
This week, a look at the effect of incarceration on families, Catholics’ views on the environment, cohabitation, and safety concerns surrounding a sterilization method.
This week, a look at a new anthropological discovery, the marriage gap between the wealthy and poor, contraception, and transgender issues.
This week, a roundup of articles and commentary surrounding the undercover Planned Parenthood videos released by the Center for Medical Progress.
If genome editing is used as a eugenic tool to produce “superior” human beings, it raises serious ethical concerns that society cannot afford to leave in the hands of scientists alone.
Even if it is true that most women obtaining abortions do not regret them, it is also true that most women who carry their children to term, even if originally intending to have an abortion, are happy they did so.
Gender equity is far better than women’s covert contraceptive use and far better than men deciding how many children their wives can have.
As our theories reveal patterns and regularities, and as the language of mathematics pushes the theories to ever-greater precision and predictability, we gain glimpses into the beauty of God’s creation.