Wednesday, February 23, 2005

Critiquing the Utopian Vision of Posthumanity

Al Mohler reviews Wesley J. Smith’s book, Consumer's Guide to a Brave New World.

Smith, by the way, has a new blog: Secondhand Smoke. Its purpose:

This web log considers issues involving assisted suicide/euthanasia, bioethics, human cloning, biotechnology, and the dangers of animal rights/liberation. My views expressed here, as in my books and other writings, reflect my understanding that the philosophy of human exceptionalism is the bedrock of universal human rights. Or, to put it another way: human life matters.