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There is a growing realisation that abortion is not the only option after an unborn child is diagnosed with a disability
What does the revolution in care for premature babies mean for the debate over 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?
There is something of the preciousness and poignancy of a fragile new life which the desperate love of a parent cannot protect from death
We need to recover our sense of wonder and shock that the supreme God of power and glory became a fragile, vulnerable baby
Discovering your unborn child has a serious medical condition is one of the worst fears for any parent
From premature babies to the elderly crippled by dementia, the church must speak into ethical concerns about how life begins and how it ends