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Evolutionary Medical Ethics
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Evolutionary Medical Ethics

 

A professor of medical ethics used an old evolutionary myth to support the removal of organs from a baby born with only a brain stem.  This is the Creation Moments Minute.

 

A Yale professor of medical ethics said that the child had “more in common with a fish than a person.” These comments reflect a discredited evolutionary theory. The theory holds that in passing from fertilized egg to birth, the child goes through the evolutionary steps that led up to humans.

 

The truth is that while the unfortunate infant had only a brain stem, every bit of genetic information in that tissue was fully human. That brain tissue operated human organs within a human body. No fish brain in the world has either of those characteristics.

 

Does what you believe about origins matter? Fraudulent evolutionary science leads us to a steep and slippery slope that cheapens human life, which has been created by God.

 

For http://www.CreationMomentsMinute.com, I’m Darren Marlar.

 

 

Ref: “Parents Fought to Donate Organs of Anencephalic Newborn.” Minneapolis Citizens Concerned for Life Newsletter, April, 1992, p. 2.

 

 

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