Jim Etchison and I debate the foundations for human rights, human value, and law. Jim opens the exchange by taking issue with a few points from a recent talk I gave on genetic engineering and embryonic stem cell research.
Some background--Jim and I were both student leaders in the college class at The Church on the Way back in the early 1980s. Jim rejected Christianity in the mid 1990s and is now an atheist. But he's also more or less pro-life.