A tale of two photos

In order to drive home something of the horror of the Nazi regime in Germany (1933-1945), it is fairly commonplace in textbooks and presentations to include graphic photos of Nazi …

Euthanasia & Aged Care

In the last issue of the EFL Newsletter, Peter Barnes gave us a strong warning about the dangers of where we are heading as a society as we discuss and …

Ethics: euthanasia

By Graham Barnes Recently, there have been several attempts to change state laws regarding voluntary assisted suicide. If passed, this form of euthanasia (literally ‘good death’)would allow doctorsto assist a …

Thoughts on Euthanasia

Spring is in the air, and once again the thoughts of progressives turn to euthanasia and/or assisted suicide. At the time of writing, the NSW Parliament is expected to deal …

What Can We Do?

A few months ago I was challenged to explain my understanding of the pro-life position. “Ummm…welll…” I began tentatively. And then I floundered. For the first time I realised how …

The Curette and the Cross

In her tragic book, Giving Sorrow Words, Melinda Tankart Reist tells the story of Ginny, an Australian woman who, after her abortion, shared that she “would hear a baby crying …

Paranoia in the Pro-Abortion Ranks

Unbelief usually likes to portray itself as rational, but our Lord pointed out that it has quite an irrational aspect to it. Citing Psalm 35:19 and/or Psalm 69:4, He declared …