Oct. 16, 2007
Bill Saunders, FRC's Senior Fellow and Director, Center for Human Life and Bioethics, has penned an op-ed in today's Washington Times on the hairy issue of human-animal hybrids:
Well, hold onto your hats. It is about to happen. Not here (at least, not yet), but in England. On Sept. 5, a government agency (called the Human Fertilization and Embryology Agency or HFEA) decided to let scientists, mad or otherwise, create human/animal hybrids. Let me repeat: Science fiction will become science fact very soon; and man and beast will be combined into one.