Who has a child’s best interests at heart?
What’s wrong with playing God?
Was his life worth living?
A groundbreaking essay.
The legendary figure is less a guide to the wonders of human ingenuity and innovation than a necessary reminder of human constraints and limitations.
Judaism recognizes vegetarianism as an ideal, wrote Israel's first chief rabbi, Abraham Isaac Kook, but Jews must not elevate the welfare of animals above that of human beings.
A new Pew survey shows that younger Americans have more relaxed attitudes toward marriage and parenthood than their elders—until they become spouses and parents themselves.