Cell Transplants May Be a Novel Treatment for Schizophrenia
Unlike traditional approaches to treating schizophrenia, such as medications and deep-brain stimulation, transplantation of interneurons potentially can produce a permanent solution. “You can essentially fix the problem,” Dr. Lodge said. “Ultimately, if this is translated to humans, we want to reprogram a patient’s own cells and use them.”

Can Evangelical Chaplains Serve God and Country
Al Mohler: “Can chaplains committed to historic biblical Christianity serve in the United States military? That question, though inconceivable to our nation’s founders, is now front and center. And the answer to that question will answer another, even more important question: Can religious liberty survive under America’s new moral order”

Ligonier National Conference 2014
Theme: Overcoming the World: Being a Christian in a Post-Christian Culture.

House Fire, Burn Ward, Blessing
Rebecca tells the moving story of how her younger brother was seriously injured rescuing his grandfather from a house fire.

God of the OT v God of the NT?
Don Carson with a surprising answer.

Is it time to move to Logos?
Tim Challies with a good analysis of Logos Bible Software’s strengths and weaknesses.

Cast Your Bread Upon The Waters (Eccl. 11:1)

  • Al

    For the cell transplant for treatment of schizophrenia the article mentions they used cells from a rat fetus…I wonder if it will be possible to use adult stem cells instead of preborn baby stem cells…otherwise we have an ethical dilemma on on hands!