The Confession of the Father and the Reconciliation of the SonSilvano Petrosino
Homesickness for God: Adrienne von Speyr’s ConfessionGeorge Bätzing
“Beyond Secular Reason”: Some Contemporary Challenges for the Life and Thought of the ChurchFrancisco Javier Martínez
“The event of revelation . . . can take reason wholly by surprise, even shatter its expectations, demand a rethinking of everything it previously thought from top to bottom, and yet remain perfectly rational . . . on one condition only: that it is the very nature of reason in its normal, everyday constitution, to be taken by surprise.”
ANT-OAR: Part I
Biotechnology and the Givenness of the Good: Posing Properly the Moral Question Regarding Human DignityDavid L. Schindler
"In the future we will laugh at chance." (Goethe, Faust)
Altered Nuclear Transfer as an Alternative Way to Human Embryonic Stem Cells: Biological and Moral NotesRoberto Colombo
“The product of ANT is not a biological entity devoid of a complete human genome, but a developing organism with its full human genome, i.e., a human organism, a human being."
"ANT is technically and morally indistinguishable from human cloning."