From the January/February, 2002 issue of Touchstone
Loving Babies As They Come by Louis R. Tarsitano

Loving Babies As They Come

Louis R. Tarsitano on God’s Providence & Procreation

Dinesh D’Souza, a writer I often admire, recently had an article in National Review entitled “Staying Human: The Dangers of Techno-utopia.” I usually don’t pay much attention to articles in either the “utopia” or “dystopia” genre, preferring my science fiction straight on those rare occasions when I indulge.

D’Souza, however, wasn’t writing science fiction, but merely providing a grim summary of current events. That last business of “techno-utopia” is a fancy way of saying that men in laboratories are preparing to enter the business of selling parents biologically engineered and genetically altered “designer children.”

To many people, this may not sound like . . .


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