Evaluating the lives of micro-preemies on a cost/value basis?

by Peter Serven on June 18th, 2011

I’ve been pondering an article that examined the above perspective, and raised the following questions: Should we continue to preserve the lives of babies whose “quality of life” may be considered sub-par (blindness, learning difficulties, complex medical challenges, etc)? At what point does preserving these babies’ lives become too great a burden, financially and in [...]

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Whose role: Church or state?

by Peter Serven on May 19th, 2011

Preserving the lives of precious premature babies is costly. Who should pay the bill? The God-hating power-hungry State through it’s welfare programs? Or the body of Christ, commanded to bear its members burdens? Such issues will be defining questions that will come to a head in the near future. It’s a matter of control. Will [...]

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