The New Face of Eugenics
This is Ken Ham, inviting you to visit the powerful pro-life exhibit at the Creation Museum.

Now what’s “eugenics”? Well, it’s the idea of being “well born.” It was very popular at the turn of the century with the elites of the day arguing for forced sterilization for the “unfit” so they wouldn’t pass along their genes. The whole idea was to ensure only “well born” children were conceived. But after the horrors of Nazi Germany these ideas fell out of favor, or did they?

As we’ll dive into tomorrow, these eugenics ideals didn’t go away. They just took on a new face. And that face today is abortion—the killing of unwanted unborn children and, tragically, unborn babies with a disability diagnosis. More on that tomorrow.

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