Burning off the dross

August 21, 2009
by Chris Arsenault

Is Abortion Healthcare?

Here’s some questions to ask your US representatives: Does the proposed healthcare bill allow distinctions between wanted and unwanted human beings? Isn’t subjective actions against human beings based on various physical features discrimination? Clearly, it wouldn’t be reproductive health without … Continue reading

August 18, 2009
by Chris Arsenault
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Embryology Texts

Ever need access to human embryology textbooks with accurate scientific, medical facts? Moore and Persaud’s The Developing Human Larsen’s Human Embryology Carlson’s Human Embryology & Developmental Biology O’Rahilly and Mueller’s Human Embryology & Teratology. Some are available from Amazon as … Continue reading

August 17, 2009
by Chris Arsenault
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Marriage – celebration or debate?

The union of one chaste man and one chaste woman is the ideal for childbearing and must be recognized as that. To avoid diseases that would harm the success of future generations, mothers and fathers must remain morally pure and physically virgin until married, and for the health of subsequent generations, they must remain morally pure after the marriage until physical death. This is a requirement, not a choice. Continue reading

August 14, 2009
by Chris Arsenault
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The Immeasurable Value of Each Human Life

Without a doubt, the current healthcare reform effort is about controlling expanding medical costs. Also, without any doubt, measures in the House version of a bill (H.R. 3200 section 1233) address end of life consultations. As liberal commentators Charles Lane … Continue reading