Liberty Under the Moral Law: Hoose’s Critique of the Grisez-Finnis Theory of Human Good

Published Date: April 1, 1993 | Topics: Philosophy, Religion, Reviews and Commentaries

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The U.S.’s lagging commitment to religious freedom

Published Date: August 21, 2013 | Topics: Civil Rights and Liberties, Foreign Policy and International Affairs, Religion

[This article was co-authored by Robert P. George and Katrina Lantos Swett.] Although religious freedom is a pivotal human right, critical to national security and global stability, key provisions of the landmark International Religious Freedom Act are being neglected years after its passage. A number of studies demonstrates the link between freedom of religion and societal well-being, […]

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The Real Good News on Stem Cells

Published Date: August 28, 2006 | Topics: Philosophy, Religion

Beyond the hype, some real hope. Astem-cell study published in the journal Nature last week set off a media frenzy. Headlines in all the major newspapers promised pluripotent (i.e., embryonic or embryonic-type) stem cells without the destruction of embryos. That’s what many people on both sides of the debate over embryo-destructive stem-cell research had been hoping for. […]

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