By Dave Andrusko Stay with me for three minutes as I introduce you to “’Lost’ first languages leave permanent mark on the brain, new study reveals,” which appeared in The Guardian newspaper. It’s an older story which I had put aside to comment on but forgot. However I believe it has a direct message for …Continue reading "Re-engaging our “First language” of love and respect for life: a problem of retrieval"
By Andrew Wood I recently came across an article referencing a study performed by the University of Kansas on a fetus’ ability to distinguish between languages while in utero. This article wasn’t written by the pro-life lobby or a pro-life advocate. No, this article was written by a science editor over at CBS News who proudly …Continue reading "Languages Understood in the Womb: A Recent Study Unintentionally Celebrates Life"
Not only can a baby in the womb hear your voice, she can distinguish between different languages. Editor’s note. This was published in a slightly different form on the blog of SPUC–the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children and is reposted with permission. A study in NeuroReport has shown that unborn babies can tell the …Continue reading "Incredible! Babies start learning languages in the womb"
By Dave Andrusko As we end another week of exciting pro-life news, I got to thinking about an article I once read at Inside Higher Education headlined “Snapshot Dissertation.”(I had an intuition what the subject matter might be about and sure enough so it was.) In nine paragraphs, I hope to show you why it …Continue reading "Finding a common language to speak with us who are unclear where they stand on abortion"
By Philippa Taylor Editor’s note. This appeared on the official blog of the British Christian Medical Fellowship. I was intrigued to read the following short tweet by the pro-abortion organisation, ‘Education for Choice’, during the recent discussion in the media on reducing the legal time limits for abortion. This tweet was aimed at journalists: ‘Journos, …Continue reading "Lessons in Language"