The Battle for Medicine

Read Full Article Filed on 31 July 2018

Good Medicine is the heart and soul of Good Medical Practice… When Medicine falls, so does society.
When Medicine loses its heart and soul, society is the poorer.

update re medical ethics activity

Read Full Article Filed on 15 April 2018

Please see the last 5 submissions and in particular the End-of-Life Choices to Vic and WA and the submission on Religious Freedom.

URGENT URGENT Prayer walking for our nation 0600

Read Full Article Filed on 24 October 2017

For those who are in Eastern Metropolitan Perth we will be walking daily 6.00-7.15am (short or long or even longer), commencing tomorrow morning Tuesday 24 October until Wed Nov 15. Where? Broadway Arboretum, Bassendean.

Apology by German doctors and genocide today.

Read Full Article Filed on 05 March 2013

looking at what happened then (and a belated apology) and what is happening now with Down Syndrome genocide

News Release: Human Life and the Imago Dei

Read Full Article Filed on 18 June 2011

…the devaluation of human life, the blurring of what it means to be human is humanity’s greatest crisis.
“The attempted manipulation of life and death is the most significant issue of our time. When does human life begin and when does it have value? What does it mean to be human? The answer to this is critical to our thinking with respect to abortion, destructive embryo research, cloning, eugenics and euthanasia.”

The Threat to Democracy

Read Full Article Filed on 16 May 2011

Humanity’s greatest crisis, medicine’s greatest challenge, society’s greatest risk – our future is under attack in three critical areas with interlocking themes of risks to freedom of speech, belief and conscience, the manipulation of life and death, and the re-shaping of Australian society by minority group pressure.

Killing is never a solution for misery.

Read Full Article Filed on 25 September 2010

Dr Philip Nitschke also argues that anyone, even – get this – troubled teens, should have the right to kill themselves:
…all people qualify, not just those with the training, knowledge, or resources to find out how to “give away” their life. And someone needs to provide this knowledge, training, or recourse necessary to anyone who wants it, including the depressed, the elderly bereaved, the troubled teen.
National Review Online, 5 June 2001

The Ethical Crisis in our Parliaments

Read Full Article Filed on 12 February 2010

The Ethical Crisis in our Parliaments “Recent atrocious laws about abortion and embryonic stem cell research only passed by one or two votes.  Will the same happen with euthanasia, assisted suicide and cloning?  Why wouldn’t it?  If we do not encourage people with strong Christian values about life, marriage and family to enter parliament, nothing […]

Killing Must Never Be Seen as a Solution for Misery

Read Full Article Filed on 11 December 2009

At root, the culture of death is about autonomy. The cry for abortion centres
on we want control over our bodies; the cloning debate hinges on but we
want to do this research anyway, even if it is not necessary and even if it is
wrong; the call for Advance Care Directives and euthanasia is ultimately
about we want to choose when we die, not just when life is near its natural
end but at any other time we choose as well. It is a “we want” battle to the
exclusion of any consideration of moral law or the soul. And Dr Nitschke
wants to include troubled teens.


Euthanasia in the Context of the Imago Dei and Human Destiny

Read Full Article Filed on 20 January 2006

Embrace the Grace: Learning to be a Gift of Self. New Norcia, December 2006. In JRRTolkien’s The Return of the King, Gandalf describes how the Stewards of Gondor are given responsibility for rule until the king has come. The steward of the time fails that responsibility miserably. In the face of oncoming danger he gives up […]