ethics

Another COVID Surge, Same Question: Are We Prepared?

Another COVID Surge, Same Question: Are We Prepared?

With medical decisions becoming increasingly financially charged and the popularity of euthanasia continuing to rise, Christians everywhere should be thinking about medical ethics, joining hospital ethics boards, running for office, and becoming health care workers. And every Christian should embrace our God-given and culturally-escalated task, in this crisis and beyond, of bearing witness to certain eternal truths: that every human being has inherent dignity and value, and no one should ever be sacrificed on the altar of "efficiency."

Millions of Frozen Embryos: An Ethical Blind Spot for Evangelicals

Millions of Frozen Embryos: An Ethical Blind Spot for Evangelicals
I’m unapologetically Protestant but, as I’ve said for a while now, our Catholic friends have long led the way on many bioethical issues like abortion and assisted reproductive technologies. For example, back in 2008, the Vatican released a document called “Dignitatis personae,” which said that “The desire for a child, while good, cannot justify the ‘production’ of offspring, just as the desire to have a child cannot justify the abandonment or destruction of a child once he or she has been conceived.”

Why We Shouldn't Abandoned Our Ethics or Compromise Our Principles to Be Involved in Politics

Why We Shouldn't Abandoned Our Ethics or Compromise Our Principles to Be Involved in Politics
God has given us a wonderful gift known as America. The government isn’t bad or good; her people determine success or failure. Why would God ordain our government and then not want us to steward His gift? Many have been guilty of not getting involved by saying, “We shouldn’t say or do anything political. All we need to do is preach the gospel.” Be careful . . . although the gospel is our primary focus, this shouldn’t be an excuse against action.
◄ Previous 1 2 3 4 Next ►