No joke. The National Network of Abortion Funds (NNAF) has already raised $400,000 from its third annual “Abortion Bowl-aThon” to help fund what it calls “reproductive justice” (ironic that they would call it that). They hope to raise another $40,000 for abortions in Washington, DC, from their “Abortion miniature golf-a-thon.”
I’ve gotten in the habit of featuring articles published from from other sources, lately. Let me know if you think this is a good idea, and I will keep including them. Of course, the team of highly skilled Biltrix authors will continue to contribute our own trademarked Biltrix-Matter as well.
This one from LifeSiteNews is a really good one!
Like partial-birth abortion bans, fetal pain laws advance public recognition of the unborn child’s humanity and should be supported.
See on www.lifesitenews.com
Can anyone claim God doen’t exist?
Are agnostics just atheists who don’t want to declare their atheism? Are atheists just agnostics who don’t want to admit the possibility of a God. To be fair, we should let them speak for themselves. Here is what one renowned scientist has to say about his agnosticism:
Note: I’m a little under the weather these days, so, as you can see I’m doing a lot of reposting — articles of interest. I hope you find them useful.
Fr. C. J. McCloskey suggests that, although Steve Jobs was no saint, we have a lot to learn from the example of his bold and productive life. More…
Timothy Cardinal Dolan is ready to take his fight with President Obama on birth control all the way to the Supreme Court.
See on www.nypost.com
You might also be interested in reading: Cardinal Dolan beats Lady Gaga and Pres. Obama in votes for Time Magazine’s Person of the Year
What is the latest in bioethics?
One of the buzzwords of bioethics in the next few decades will likely be “neuro”. When I was in medical school, we were told that little is known about how the brain works. However, neuroscience has gained a lot of knowledge in these last 30 years because of the advances of imaging techniques coupled with powerful computer technology.
The tremendous progress on understanding how the human brain works can revolutionize our comprehension of ourselves and our society. Hence, there are important ethical implications on how to apply this new knowledge. More…
The problem with many passages of the Gospel is that they are very simple. We can so easily miss the point. That is why it is necessary to take into account the whole when reading a part, or, at least to take into account other passages of Scripture.
Jesus’ appearances after the Resurrection have a pedagogical role. More…