That's Me, All Right!
I am! Who knows, maybe you are, too.
That's what Princeton professor Peter Singer thinks of me, and all Christians:
"Writing in the fall issue of the magazine “Foreign Policy,” the professor of bio-ethics predicts, 'By 2040, it may be that only a rump of hard-core, know-nothing religious fundamentalists will defend the view that every human life, from conception to death, is sacrosanct.'" He cites the Terri Schiavo case as the turning point.
No doubt the founders of Princeton would turn over in their graves at a rate of several thousands of RPM's if they heard this coming from the mouth of a faculty menber at the institution they founded.
Singer is right about one thing. The Terri Schiavo case (which I blogged on extensively here; see the March 2005 entries) was the turning point. It just didn't turn things in the direction he thinks it did.