Pro-choice atheist to pro-life activist
It takes an open and intelligent mind that always seeks truth, willing to go wherever that leads. Becoming a parent also helps.
‘How should we talk about abortion?’
That was the subject of discussion on an hour of radio dedicated to changing the terms of debate between people who are pro-life and those who are pro-choice. Or even starting one….since both groups have been largely talking to themselves for decades.
Build a culture of life. Be a martyr if necessary.
“If we’re uncomfortable being Christians in a public debate, then we’ve already lost the war.”
Justin Bieber’s every word
I cannot explain the pop cult phenomenon of this young man and his meteroric rise to fame and his sensational following. But if he suddenly drops off the velocity meter or falls off the bubble…..I can probably tell you why.
The Supreme Court ruling legalizing abortion in America turns 38 today. It’s getting old.
Choice to leave the abortion business
Abby Johnson’s story spread rapidly back when she went from being a leader in Planned Parenthood and one of their clinic directors, to a committed pro-life advocate, in short order. After witnessing the horrifying sight of one abortion on an ultrasound screen. Now, she tells her compelling and dramatic story in 'unPlanned,' a new book about to be released. Great title, heart-stopping drama. It should certainly be a debate changer.
No choice in Chicago
The pro-life movement has been as adaptable as it has been enduring. When Chicago passed the insidious ‘bubble zone’ ordinance, politicians not only denied citizens their free speech rights, they robbed women of their right to have a true choice when facing a challenging pregnancy. But pro-lifers found a simple, legal and tasteful way to silently offer women aid. Or so they thought...
When violence is the answer
choose to use graphic images of the
violence of abortion because they do force a visual confrontation
with the stark reality.
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