Bioethics Awards Ceremony . . . Notes Political Pressures Of Culture Of Death

An awards ceremony here to honor the dedication of two medical professionals against the Culture of Death struck a note being heard more in a world increasingly under the heel of political radicals determined to suppress freedom of conscienceand religion.Although “many people were dismayed” by November’s U.S. election results, said bioethics expert Nikolas Nikas, early Christians “were thrown to the lions” for their religious beliefs, and 2,000 yearslater, Coptic Christians in the Mideast are under violent assault.

“We have not yet been asked to shed blood,” Nikas said at the November 16 Scottsdale event that honored Maricela Moffitt, MD, and Maureen Condic, Ph.D., for their defense of human life against professional pressures.

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