Category Archives: Repro Tech

The Bible & Bioethics (Full Pre-Conference)

In February of this year, I presented a three-session pre-conference on “The Bible & Bioethics” at the EFCA’s (Evangelical Free Church of America’s) annual Theology Conference. They recently posted these sessions in a single video, which I’ve embedded below. The … Continue reading

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Increasingly Complex Birds and Bees Conversations

The New York Times looks (briefly) at conversations parents are now having with children born to surrogates with donor eggs and sperm: “No Stork Involved, but Mom and Dad Had Help.” Every child has a birth story. The story of … Continue reading

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Comming Attraction

I’ve often recommended the novel My Sister’s Keeper as an interesting exploration of what the British call savior siblings — using reproductive technologies and preimplantation genetic diagnosis (PGD) in order to have a child that can be an organ or … Continue reading

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Tough Talk on Frozen Embryos

William Saletan writes at about the responsibility that goes along with the use of reproductive technologies that create embryos.  From the conclusion: I’m a pro-choice moralist. I don’t want the government telling people what to do with their pregnancies … Continue reading

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