The end for European abortions?

As an abortion test case goes to Europe "A woman whose pregnancy was wrongly terminated wants the European Court to accept a foetus' right to life. " Pro abortion groups are getting worried! … [Read more...]

Is American as Christian as she makes out?

Barna Research Online reports less than four per cent of Americans have a biblical worldview which was defined: "as believing that absolute moral truths exist; that such truth is defined by the Bible; and firm belief in six specific religious views. Those views were that Jesus Christ lived a sinless life; God is the all-powerful and all-knowing Creator of the universe and He stills rules it today; salvation is a gift from God and cannot be earned; Satan is real; a Christian has a responsibility … [Read more...]

Abortion – the harsh realities

I have just come accross The UK LifeLeaguethey report "Over 6 million British babies have been killed by abortion since 1967, nearly 700 a day at present. Modern technology, imaging techniques and research have shown beyond doubt that the unborn child is very much a human being. Don't be fooled by the de-humanizing language used by abortion clinics, 'family planning' clinics and pro-choice groups. When it comes to life we believe in calling a spade a spade. Abortion is not 'choice' it is the … [Read more...]

Abortion laws 'to be challenged'

Abortion laws in the UK may fall foul of the European constitution.Professor Jack Scarisbrick, national director of the charity Life, said he was confident they could win. 'If you have a law which says special needs children can be killed, you are clearly practising eugenics,' he told BBC News Online. 'It is weeding out substandard human beings.' "Of course UK laws are not fully applied as it is- the law states that abortion is allowed only where the life or health of mother or child are … [Read more...]

Schumacher to call it a day?

itv.com/f1 - James Allen: "He stood for several minutes in the corridor behind the podium in floods of tears. Unable to speak, utterly exhausted and empty. "After driving a cautious clumsy race, Formula Ones champion of chamions Micheal Schumacher was drained and empty. Why should he continue now? What more could he possibly prove? The only thing that could possibly drive him now is loyalty to the team which he calls his family.What can possibly drive a champion like him to keep going … [Read more...]

Daniel Bedingfield Albumn recorded in bedroom!

Amazing that even today an albumn can be recorded in a bedroom and sell a million copies!Daniel Bedingfield Unofficial - The Unofficial Resource For Fans Of Daniel Bedingfield!: "PC: And it all started with a song that started out of a bedroom DB: That's right! Yeah I still do all my stuff from my bedroom. Still do all the production and stuff. Actually the whole album was done pretty much in my bedroom with one computer and a mic. PC: Yeah I guess technology has advanced that much that you … [Read more...]

Is Microsoft spying on you? Is Bill Gates the Big Brother who is watching you?

Forgive me if I engage in a little conspiracy theorising. Its just that the latest security 'glitch' in a Microsoft product seems to me like it just might be one co-incidence too far. In a BBC report today entitled The hidden dangers of documents it is explained that every electronic word document not only contains a record of every revision of the document (which may well be embarrassing) but also fragments of data from other files you were working on at the same time are embedded. This would … [Read more...]

Abortion kills 508 babies per day in the UK

This is more deaths than any of the world wars. What started as a get out for extreme cases is now abortion on demand. Despite the risks to women's health from abortion most abortions are now done on the basis that ANY pregnancy is more risky for the woman's health than continued pregnancy. This appears simply to be untrue, and is certainly not what the UK law had in mind. For more information on the Ethics of abortion visit the CMF pages or if you are considering an abortion or have had … [Read more...]

We don't do God….

The fact that Tony Blair was interrupted by Campbell during an interview with the reminded 'we don't do God' is surely shocking.An editorial in the London Daily Telegraph on Monday 5th May 2003 wryly comments:One could write a book about everything that this little intervention has to tell us about Mr Blair and his style of government, and about Britain in 2003......Further evidence of Number 10's anxiety to avoid religious rhetoric during the Iraq war emerged yesterday in an article in … [Read more...]

'Smart' hospital to improve care

There are some wild ideas about a 'Smart' hospital to improve care. Hey if I was still in the NHS I would be happy if I even had access to an email system or the ability to look at electronic journals online! Amazingly enough most hospital doctors dont even have access to PC's on their desks. Amazing to think that something as high risk as reading someones dodgy handwriting is still relied on for medicating out sickest patients in hospital! Trust me you wouldnt want to be reading my … [Read more...]


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