Monthly Archives: May 2009

A work of correct doctrine

But the goal of this fruitfulness is not just personal piety or assurance for the after life; it‘s to build a new kind of community in this world…I wonder if we’re so busy making the gospel a work of correct doctrine, we’re missing the point of its transforming relationships?

From an article by Kathy Hanson about a ministry to the marginalized where the fruit of the Spirit abound but where Jesus is never mentioned by name.

Unethical, Clearly

…It clearly would have been unethical to extract brain cells.

From a post on epigenetics at a graduate student’s website explaining why scientists performed experiments on the umbilical cord blood cells of infant humans rather than the brain cells used in a similar study involving infant rats.