Surrogate Motherhood: A Christian Ethical Analysis

Thesis: Surrogate motherhood conflicts with several principles of Christian ethics and the practice presents more problems than it solves. Summary Surrogacy can be defined as the practice whereby one woman carries and delivers a child for another woman, another man, or another couple with or without payment with the intention that the child should be … Read more

Emily Jackson’s Dangerous Legal Defense for Medicalized Killing

Medicalized killing exists as a global issue. For example, the Netherlands was the first country to legalize euthanasia practices in 2001. Since that time, ten countries, ten U.S. States, and the District of Columbia have adopted some form of legislation that allows immoral practices for terminating life. However, many evangelicals remain unaware of laws that … Read more