Lines that Divide

Introduction and Orientation

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In the wake of last week’s naming of 2012’s winners and losers in the arena of bioethics, we thought it might be helpful to bring our three films to your attention. The films provide an introduction and orientation to crucial issues in bioethics and how the CBC addresses them. These films have been shown around […]

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The Year of the Stem Cell

The Atlantic has proclaimed 2013 the “Year of the Stem Cell,” so this seems like a good time to recommend our first documentary film, Lines That Divide. It covers the scientific basics of stem cell research and the moral issues surrounding it. $19.99 +S&H From the Reviews . . . a much needed tool for […]

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Baby Breeding 101: Business Busted

By Jennifer Lahl, CBC President There seems to be no end to the filthy bottom of the reproductive tourist trafficking industry. This story just broke, covering the bust up of a baby breeding surrogacy ring. Fourteen Vietnamese women had their passports confiscated and were being held in two houses while they gestated babies which were […]

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A Bulwark Against Barbarism

With the news and subsequent fall-out from Judge Royce Lamberth’s decision that the current administration’s policy, which allows federal funds to be used in embryonic stem cell research, violates the Dickey-Wicker Amendment, there has been much outrage that this research has come to a grinding halt. Let the rhetoric wars and hyperbole contests begin! Bold […]

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Be a Part of CBC’s 10th Anniversary Celebration

Dear Friends, 2010 marks the tenth anniversary of the CBC! We are preparing for some special projects and events throughout the year to commemorate this exciting milestone, and we need your help now more than ever. We will be holding a party and silent auction on September 25, 2010, with very special CBC guests present […]

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Stealth Legislation to Federally Fund Human Cloning

By Wesley J. Smith, J.D., Special Consultant to the CBC Embryonic stem cells aren’t much in the news these days. President Bush’s embryonic stem cell funding restrictions are history and the invention of induced pluripotent stem cells may allow scientists to obtain the benefits of embryonic stem cells without destroying embryos. But that doesn’t mean […]

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Lines That Divide Showing in CA Independent Film Festival

Lines That Divide is showing as an Official Selection at the California Independent Film Festival, Sunday, April 25 at 1:00 PM and 2:45 PM, with discussion following each showing. Purchase tickets Share Tweet +1 Stumble Share PinShares 0

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Lines That Divide Showing in CA Independent Film Festival

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Lines That Divide Showing in CA Independent Film Festival

Lines That Divide was shown as an Official Selection at the California Independent Film Festival on Sunday, April 25. About Lines That Divide: Stem cell research: A potential miracle cure for diseases or a form of biological colonialism? The debate still rages over this controversial science. Supporters argue that it is our moral duty to […]

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Lines That Divide: The Great Stem Cell Debate

I have been way behind in blogging. Mainly because we’ve just released our documentary and I am working hard at the completion of a book. Anyway, the film is out and getting good preliminary reviews and interest. I was pleased to have Chuck Colson mention it in his daily breakpoint message. If you missed it […]

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