Dr Michael F Bird writes about the impact on medicine when politics gets involved, focussing on issues in the management of gender dysphoria.
Dr Michael Jensen reviews The Case Against the Sexual Revolution: A New Guide to Sex in the 21st Century by Louise Perry.
The Parliament of NSW established a Select Committee in June 2023 to inquire into birth trauma. Jodie McIver considers the experience of labour and birth through the lens of connection between the mother and her child.
Dr Genevieve Thompson reviews Jodie McIver’s recently published book: Bringing Forth Life: God’s Purposes in Pregnancy & Birth.
Australians have been notified that routine genomic screening for newborns may not be far away. Dr Megan Best considers what this means for Christians.
Megan Best reviews a BBC podcast which traces the movement to breed ‘better’ people.
Christianity. Science. In conversation. ISCAST is a network of people, from students and lay people to distinguished academics, exploring the interface of science, technology, and Christian faith. Here is the link to the latest from ISCAST, which includes all their news, opinion, and interview articles, as well as other resources.
The US Supreme Court’s landmark decision to overturn Roe v Wade sparked heated debate and commentary about the rights of women and unborn children around the globe. In an effort to promote a considered and substantial dialogue around this sensitive issue, Women’s Forum Australia has released this new publication by WFA Research Fellow Dr Emma […]
Emma Wood reviews a series of books aimed at helping Christian parents to negotiate sex education for 7-10 year olds.
Ethicentre was launched in Sydney, Australia on October 27 2022. Here is a transcript of the opening address by the Director, A/Prof Megan Best, who explained the reasons why Ethicentre was established.