Infanticide becomes Justifiable

Posted on February 10, 2019 
Filed under Culture wars

“Infanticide was once ‘unthinkable.’ But over the last few decades, some of the world’s foremost bioethicists have considered baby killing worthy of respectable debate.

Princeton University’s Peter Singer is the most famous such advocate. A crass utilitarian, he argues that ‘being human’ doesn’t have any moral import. …

How is it that infanticide has become justifiable when it was unthinkable in the years following World War II (German doctors were hanged at Nuremberg for killing disabled babies)?”

– Wesley J. Smith writes at First Things.

See also: “The Unthinkable Sin” – by Joseph Randall, at Reformation21.…

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