In an effort to encourage Christians to vote this election without feeling bound by either political platform concerning abortion, some Evangelical voices have taken to articles, blogs, and video clips to call a truce with Roe V. Wade (and its sister ruling Doe V. Bolton) and to downplay abortion as just one issue among many. … Continue reading Should Christians Make Peace With Roe V. Wade?
On September 12, 2019, the family of deceased abortionist Ulrich "George" Klopfer discovered fetal remains stored in his garage. Klopfer was a hoarder. Apparently, the items he hoarded included the body parts of babies killed in abortions he performed. Klopfer resided in Illinois but practiced as an abortionist in Indiana before losing his medical license … Continue reading The Discovery Of Hoarded Fetal Remains Highlights Post-Abortion Grief
As I have facilitated post-abortion Bible studies for women hurt by past abortions, one thing that regularly comes up is the silence of the Church and, more specifically, the silence of church pulpits. I wonder if pastors realize how often women hurt by abortion list their pastor’s silence as one of the things they need … Continue reading Dear Pastor, Love Your People Enough To Preach About Abortion
Many people who consider themselves pro-life concerning abortion will make an exception in the case of rape. We are told, and many are convinced, one must make this exception to be a caring person. Rape is horrible violence against women. Rapists should be punished and the victim protected and helped, but when a child is … Continue reading Except In The Case Of Rape: Rethinking Pro-life Exceptions
I consider involuntary slavery, a never-failing fountain of the grossest immorality, and one of the deepest sources of human misery; it hangs like the mantle of night over our republic, and shrouds its rising glories. I sincerely pity the man who tinges his hand in the unhallowed thing that is fraught with the tears, and … Continue reading Abortion, Racism, And Why Every Life Matters