Posts Tagged by eugenics
|September 11, 2015||Posted by Anthony under abortion, Blog, eugenics, family, General, human rights, Liberalism, morality, politics, pro-life, Secular Humanism|
Reconstructed from the original memo itself, this new version of the “Jaffe Memo” brings to light the lengths that proponents of ‘abortions on demand’ were willing to go to implement their agenda.
|May 25, 2014||Posted by Anthony under Blog, eugenics, evolution, family, General, Holocaust, homosexuality, Liberalism, Malthusians, manhood, morality, original sin, philosophy, pro-life, Progressives, Secular Humanism, spirituality|
This excerpt from Elliot Rodger’s ‘manifesto’ is the product of a hyper-sexualized society that emphasizes ‘fairness’ and elevates the elimination of suffering as the highest moral good; his eugenic conclusions seem to follow logically.
|July 8, 2013||Posted by Anthony under abortion, Blog, eugenics, General, homosexuality, human rights, marriage, morality, politics, pro-life, Secular Humanism|
It may seem hard for some of us to learn that Planned Parenthood submitted abortion on demand as a population control measure, and was even willing to consider compelling women to get abortions, but that is precisely what they did. Whether or not this remains their agenda, of course we’ll never know, because, like the Enemy, they lie.
|September 7, 2012||Posted by Anthony under abortion, apologetics, Blog, eugenics, General, human rights, morality, philosophy, pro-life, scientism, Secular Humanism|
Is it really the case that eugenics is dead and gone? I want you to consider an article that I recently read detailing the views of an ‘expert’ in practical ethics. [update, here is a link to the original essay. don’t know how long it will stay up.] The second paragraph reads: The expert in […]
|January 7, 2011||Posted by Anthony under abortion, apologetics, atheism, Bible Reliability, Blog, Christianity and Culture, Creationism, eugenics, evolution, family, General, Global Warming, Holocaust, homosexuality, human rights, Jesus, Malthusians, morality, politics, pro-life, scientism, Secular Humanism, speaking engagements, theology|
Apologetics ministries tend to focus on issues such as God’s existence or the fact of the resurrection or the Bible’s reliability. These are all very important. Indeed, they bear directly on the issues at hand- for if there is no God, it obviously follows that we cannot be made by him in his image. Further, Jesus suffering, death, and resurrection on behalf of a fallen human race is an emphatic testament to how much God himself values each human life. Dispense with these, and there are ripples down the line.
There, however, is where I wish to make the point: there are ripples down the line.
Somewhere I read once that in the 1700s they went after God. In the 1800s, they went after Jesus. In the 1900s, they went after Man. The sequence is logical, rational, and predictable. One would like to think that they can dispense with God without there being practical effect, but the 1900s have shown otherwise.
|December 12, 2010||Posted by Anthony under abortion, apologetics, atheism, Blog, eugenics, evolution, General, Global Warming, human rights, Malthusians, morality, original sin, philosophy, pro-life, scientism, Secular Humanism|
Pro-life speaker Anthony Horvath recounts the history of the ‘Culture of Death’ from Thomas Malthus to Charles Darwin to Margaret Sanger to Peter Singer, with an array of personalities in between. Horvath shows why population control proposals permeate the ‘Progressive’ movement for the last 200 years and why, and how, it must be countered today. This presentation was delivered Nov. 20th, 2010, at Concordia University in Seward Nebraska for a Nebraska Lutherans for Life organization.
|November 1, 2010||Posted by Anthony under apologetics, eugenics, Knights of Contention, morality, scientism|
Here is the recording of the second Knight of Contention: http://connectpro58388802.na5.acrobat.com/p35642882/ Fun was had by all. I think you could call it lively! Taking suggestions on future KoC debate topics. The next one will be next week, Nov. 9.