By Tim Sharp

Crime, disease, physical, mental and moral deficiencies in humankind might all be eliminated if the right genetic switches were flipped.

Never before has science been closer to attempting such modifications to the human condition through advances in genetic research.

And while that might seem to be the solution to many of the world's problems, ethicists and theologians are wondering whether these god-like endeavors should be even considered.

That is one of the questions that will be considered by an Ethics Week panel sponsored by Ohio University's chapter of Ratio Christi and to be streamed by WOUB.org.  >>>Read Entire Story