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You are Invited

The Board of Directors of The Center for Bioethics and Culture Network extend a personal invitation to you for the upcoming Paul Ramsey Award Dinner Friday, March 23, 2012 Reception will begin at 6:00 pmDinner will begin at 6:30 pm Lakeside Olympic Club599 Skyline BoulevardSan Francisco, CA 94132   The recipient of the 2012 Paul […]

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We’re Not in Kansas

A report from CBC President Jennifer Lahl on the Dr. Oz show and screenings of Anonymous Father’s Day and Eggsploitation in New York City. Read it at CBC-Network.org ShareTweetPinShare

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CBC 2011 Winners and Losers

By Jennifer Lahl, CBC President Each year I have the honor of picking the top winners and losers in the world of bioethics. Some years are easier than others. Sometimes it is easy to find losers but more difficult to pick winners. But this year the deck was pretty even. Maybe one year there will […]

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CBC 2011 Winners and Losers

By Jennifer Lahl, CBC President Each year I have the honor of picking the top winners and losers in the world of bioethics. Some years are easier than others. Sometimes it is easy to find losers but more difficult to pick winners. But this year the deck was pretty even. Maybe one year there will […]

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See It Now! Bioethics 2012

By Wesley J. Smith, J.D., Special Consultant to the CBC Fresh off a very successful year of predicting the future in 2011, I now find myself forced to once again risk my laurels, peer into my crystal ball, and tell you what will happen in the world of bioethics in 2012. What I foresee hurts […]

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See It Now! Bioethics 2012

By Wesley J. Smith, J.D., Special Consultant to the CBC Fresh off a very successful year of predicting the future in 2011, I now find myself forced to once again risk my laurels, peer into my crystal ball, and tell you what will happen in the world of bioethics in 2012. What I foresee hurts […]

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Kickstart Anonymous Father’s Day in NYC

The premiere showing of Anonymous Father’s Day is coming up . . . January 29, 2012, at the Soho Gallery for Digital Art in New York City to be exact! You’ve helped us get this far, now we need a little more help from our friends to pull this off. Beginning January 29th at 7pm […]

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Kickstart Anonymous Father’s Day in NYC

The premiere showing of Anonymous Father’s Day is coming up . . . January 29, 2012, at the Soho Gallery for Digital Art in New York City to be exact! You’ve helped us get this far, now we need a little more help from our friends to pull this off. Beginning January 29th at 7pm […]

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Just Change My Name to Nostradamus

By Wesley J. Smith, J.D., Special Consultant to the CBC It’s that time of year I dread every time it comes around. No, not the religious and New Year holidays. When I have to go back to my annual CBC predictions for the future year, and see whether I was truly prescient or a false […]

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Just Change My Name to Nostradamus

By Wesley J. Smith, J.D., Special Consultant to the CBC It’s that time of year I dread every time it comes around. No, not the religious and New Year holidays. When I have to go back to my annual CBC predictions for the future year, and see whether I was truly prescient or a false […]

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Wishing You and Your Family a Happy New Year

  We are very close to meeting our year end matching grant of $50,000. Can you help put us over the finish line? If you believe in our cause, please consider giving NOW. Your gift to Center for Bioethics and Culture is tax deductible. ShareTweetPinShare

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From the Frying Pan to the Fire

Only four days left of 2011! This has been an amazing year of growth and stretching for the Center for Bioethics and Culture team. As I review all that has happened over the last 12 months, I am a bit overwhelmed and very grateful. It seems like momentum is growing and opportunities to engage are […]

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From the Frying Pan to the Fire

Only four days left of 2011! This has been an amazing year of growth and stretching for the Center for Bioethics and Culture team. As I review all that has happened over the last 12 months, I am a bit overwhelmed and very grateful. It seems like momentum is growing and opportunities to engage are […]

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Merry Christmas

During this time of giving, we are especially thankful for what we have received from you: your friendship, your support, and your interest in and commitment to our work. We pray that you and your family will have a blessed weekend celebrating Christmas. Merry Christmas from the Board of Directors and Staff of the Center […]

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Merry Christmas

During this time of giving, we are especially thankful for what we have received from you: your friendship, your support, and your interest in and commitment to our work. We pray that you and your family will have a blessed weekend celebrating Christmas. Merry Christmas from the Board of Directors and Staff of the Center […]

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The “Duty to Die” Advances

By Wesley J. Smith, J.D., Special Consultant to the CBC Is there such a thing as a “duty to die?” Some notable voices in bioethics say, yes. They believe that as a matter of distributive justice, when people reach a certain advanced age, severe disability, or very poor health, they owe it to society, their […]

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The “Duty to Die” Advances

By Wesley J. Smith, J.D., Special Consultant to the CBC Is there such a thing as a “duty to die?” Some notable voices in bioethics say, yes. They believe that as a matter of distributive justice, when people reach a certain advanced age, severe disability, or very poor health, they owe it to society, their […]

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Who’s Allowed in the Public Square? And who Gets to Decide?

By Jennifer Lahl, CBC President Despite all our society’s talk of civility these days, it seems the public square is only becoming more of a lion’s den. And people of a certain stripe are being excluded or marginalized purely on the basis of their religious beliefs. Case in point: Recently, I was invited to speak […]

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