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.”
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Louis R. Tarsitano (d. 2005), a former associate editor of Touchstone, was a priest of the Anglican Church in America and rector of St. Andrew?s Church in Savannah, Georgia. He also was the co-author, with Peter Toon, of Neither Archaic Nor Obsolete: The Language of Common Prayer & Public Worship (Brynmill Press, Ltd., 2003).
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