It’s the weekend which can only mean one thing – Blank Page No. 8. Step up, Savane in Nairobi and Mike in Oregon…
Archive for May 23rd, 2008
This is how The Times reported a vote this week in the British parliament that means fertility clinics no longer need to consider a child’s need for a father. The new law has given new impetus to an issue that’s been burning for years.
Are children brought up lesbian couples or single mothers necessarily worse off? Is the presence of a father always desirable? What can a man bring to a child’s life that a woman can’t?
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Hi, this Ian in Arizona. I have been reading the WHYS blog and have notice something that disturbs me. I would like to ask all of the WHYS Listeners for their help in figuring out this: When did religion become viewed as a negative thing? When did having faith make my opinion less worthy to be heard than an opinion from an individual without a stated faith or religion?
Continue reading ‘When did faith become a four letter word?’