This blog’s Madeleine will be speaking at the ACTIV8 Pro-Life Training Day in Paraparaumu, just North of Wellington, on 23 November 2013. ACTIV8 is a pro-life formation event that is hosted by Stayin’ Alive every year. (I was originally scheduled to speak but as I will be in the USA Madeleine is taking my place.) From the organisers: […]
Entries Tagged as 'Feticide'
September 19th, 2013 3 Comments
This blog’s Matthew Flannagan has had his paper “Boonin’s Defense of the Sentience Criterion: A Critique” accepted for the 65th Annual Meeting of the Evangelical Theological Society (“ETS”). The abstract for Matt’s paper is as follows: Abstract “Defenders of the permissibility of feticide commonly argue that killing an organism is not homicide unless the organism’s brain has […]
March 5th, 2013 4 Comments
A New Zealand woman has gotten her case against the Accident Compensation Corporation (“ACC”) into the Court of Appeal. The Herald carried the story. Matt was interviewed for his view on Radio Rhema last week. ACC claim mother: I would have aborted Woman says she would have terminated pregnancy had she been told baby was […]
October 2nd, 2012 40 Comments
Matt was interviewed on Life and Death issues for Shine TV’s Just Thinking show recently. The Episode aired last week.
Published: “Feticide, the Masoretic Text, and the Septuagint” in The Westminster Theological Journal
July 19th, 2012 11 Comments
Matt’s article “Feticide, the Masoretic Text, and the Septuagint” is now available in Vol 74, No. 1 – Spring 2012 of The Westminster Theological Journal. An abstract of “Feticide, the Masoretic Text, and the Septuagint” follows: A long Christian tradition of moral reflection on feticide interprets feticide, the killing of a formed conceptus, as a violation of God’s law […]
Francesca Minerva and Matthew Flannagan on “After-birth abortion: why should the baby live?” on Radio
February 29th, 2012 40 Comments
Francesca Minerva and Alberto Giubilini‘s article “After-birth abortion: why should the baby live?” published in the Journal of Law, Ethics and Medicine is creating waves the world over. In a few hours, on the morning of Thursday 1 March, around 10:00am New Zealand time, Dr Minerva will be interviewed on this article on Radio Rhema’s Pat Brittenden […]