Infertility affects roughly 1 in 6 couples of childbearing age in the US. For those who experience it, it is a deeply painful time. One remedy for infertility is to employ a surrogate to carry a child in for the couple. It seems like a clear win-win for all involved. But there are some troubling aspects of surrogacy that are not often talked about. Join Scott as he interviews Dr. Ken Magnuson, a specialist on the ethics of reproductive technologies for this insightful conversation on the ethics of surrogacy.
Show notes, including a full transcript, are available at: biola.edu/thinkbiblically