Daily Archives: November 15, 2012

Eilís Mulroy: Pro-choice side must not hijack the tragic death of Savita Halappanavar

As a previous example on this blog (cf. Brussels’ Christmas tree) shows how an incentive headline can blind our faculty of rational thinking and factual analysis, headlines like “Ireland’s law and Catholic culture allowed Savita Halappanavar to die” (The Newstatesman) have already … Continue reading

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Last words of martyrs of the English Reformation

Probably the most macabre event of which all Christians should be deeply ashamed, is the persecution between Catholics and Protestants at the time of the Reformation. In England, 280 Protestants were burnt at the stake during the short reign of … Continue reading

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