February 16, 2010 01:55 PM PST
Does every human life have equal moral value simply and merely because it is human?
On this episode of What It Means to Be Human, Discovery Institute Senior Fellow Wesley J. Smith takes a look at "personhood theory" advocated by such as Princeton University's Peter Singer. Listen in and learn more about the threat to the sanctity of life ethic as the fundamental value of our social order. As Smith says, "The time has come to pay attention. If human life is knocked off the pedestal, universal human rights will be impossible to sustain."
Listen now to this free podcast at http://bravenewbioethics.podomatic.com/entry/eg/2010-02-16T14_19_04-08_00