Jun. 2nd, 2009

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Does anyone have some good links to articles/essays to recommend about a "consistent ethic of life," a philosophy which is "pro-life" not only as to unborn life, but extends to us mere borners as well (opposition to capital punishment, etc.), whether it is explicitly based on religious faith or is stated on general ethical and moral principles? I know there's a lot of good writing out there on this, and given enough time I'll find it, but I'd like to know what other people would recommend as the best written and most coherently argued pieces.

Someone I know linked to a rather chilling and frightening article, George Tiller is Dead: For Whom Shall We Mourn? Sadly, this kind of attitude is too common, and yes, it scares me.

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