Archbishop of Sydney to Debate Controversial Ethicist Peter Singer on End-of-Life Issues

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You've probably heard of Peter Singer, the controversial Princeton bioethicist who advocates infanticide, incest and bestiality.  A utilitarian who supports abortion, Singer has stated publicly that some animals are more entitled to personhood than are newborn babies. By his standard, then, parents could decide in the first six months of their child's life whether to permit him to live, or whether to euthanize him.On August 13, the outspoken professor with the outrageous views will de … [Read more...]

Changing Minds About Euthanasia

Dr. George Carey, the former Archbishop of Canterbury, has changed his mind about euthanasia.  Once an opponent, he announced last week that he now supports the killing of some terminally ill persons as a means of avoiding "needless suffering."Carey released his statement in defense of an assisted dying bill which is scheduled for debate in the House of Lords on Friday, July 18.  The bill, which had been introduced by former Labour lord chancellor Lord Falconer of Thoroton, would legalize a … [Read more...]