When we previously discussed Pope Francis and the RC committment to birth and conception, some protested that the RC was ignorant and even harmful in their position on this. Recently, some undercover videos on the participation of Planned Paren… have shown the complicity and economic aspect of selling intact aborted fetuses by this organization. youtube.com/watch?v=MjCs_gvImyw&app=desktop Compared to kicking a few cows or slapping a few pigs in a barn, this is much much worse. And it certainly demonstrates why it is not unreasonable to suspect population controllers. So my question is, what is the relationship of evolution and evolutionary theory to the attitudes of people towards “less human life”?
This question also derives somewhat from an earlier discussion in which various aspects of the continuum of humanity, the indeterminate nature of humanity as described by evolution were noted. To me the connection seems rather obvious, although obviously, people do not only abuse the unborn based on evolutionary ideology. Yet, the ideas that some humans are better, or more valuable, or more human than others is a common thread, is it not? What do you think?
I am also participating in a bioethics book study at the moment, on a book written by Gilbert Meilander, so the timing of this seems rather remarkable.