Beginning of life

Murder on the neonatal ward, Munchausen’s by proxy, doctors versus nurses, and the banality of evil


Karl Barth’s complicated home life, and single Christians considering adoption
The intended parents, altruistic versus commercial, ancient Christians saving abandoned babies, and a post-genetic community
Psalm 139, reconsidering ‘ensoulment’, the language of right and wrong, and co-operation with evil
A stem cell ‘Mini Me’, CRISPR, Brave New World, and extending the 14-day limit
Patients are increasingly being given God-like information on their lives – but have we developed God-like responsibility for this?
What can Scripture teach us about an authentically Christian view of abortion?
How can we judge if it is worth trying to keep extremely premature children alive?
Historically, many societies were sure newborn children had significantly less value than adults. What do we think today?