More on Genetic Engineering
Christians to Science: Leave Animals the Way God Designed Them—Except Mosquitoes
Pew finds 7 in 10 Americans, as well as highly committed evangelicals, say the pesky insects should be genetically engineered to reduce disease.
Intelligent Designer Babies? Christians Tell Pew Their Views on Gene Editing
Most believers favor using CRISPR technology in babies to fix congenital conditions, but not to reduce risk of disease later in life.
In the Image of Our Choosing
In a new era of genetics, where’s the line between healing and enhancement?
The Painful Questions about Genetics and Race
Mistrust of medicine clouds possibility of treatment for sickle-cell.
20 Questions: What Evangelicals Think of GMOs, Genetics, Fracking, and More
New Pew survey explores attitudes on science, including experimental drugs, animal testing, and space exploration.
The Gene Tool Box
It’s bigger and more useful than we imagine.
My Questions About the Ethics of Embryo Selection
What should parents do when their children run the risk of inheriting painful fatal diseases?
Should We Try to Cure Down Syndrome?
In honor of Down Syndrome Awareness Month, a series of posts to address the problems and potentials of research to mitigate the effects of Down syndrome.
Three Reasons Why We Might Not Want to Cure Down Syndrome
Scientists think they have discovered a way to "silence" the chromosome that causes Down syndrome. We should be jumping for joy, right? I'm not so sure.
Did Scientists Really Discover the 'Gene That Makes Us Human'?
What's inside the significant discovery of miR-941.