Every aspect of our culture today reinforces the idea that morality is not absolute. Instead of objectively measuring whether something is right or wrong, our culture’s answer is, “It depends.”
Amidst all of the hot takes on Playboy magazine tycoon Hugh Hefner’s death, there lies a little-known door Hefner opened that paved the way for pornography to enter our public schools.
Today, a record number of laws exist to defend and protect human life. But these laws raise critical questions that pro-life activists on the ground are finding harder and harder to answer.
If we know when, how, and why anti-Christian ideals infiltrated American education, then we can look through a clearer lens at the moral chaos in our schools today. And we can begin to see education as the first line of defense in the larger battle between good and evil.
Exposing the principles of bioethics established in this little-known government report, and the eugenic philosophies that inspired it, provides critical context for most arguments we hear today that support abortion, reproductive technologies, embryonic stem cell research, genetic engineering, and even assisted suicide.