Were there to be no support in the whole history of ethical and moral thought, were there no acknowledged confirmation from medical science, were the history of legal opinion to the contrary, we would still have to conclude on the basis of God's Holy Word that the unborn child is a person in the sight of God. He is protected by the sanctity of life graciously given to each individual by the Creator, Who alone places His image upon man and grants them any right to life which they have.
Friday, August 8, 2014
50 shades of pink: why Planned Parenthood should be blushing
Planned Parenthood ought to be blushing 50 shades of pink for
promoting dangerous and violent sex advice to naive teenagers, but the
abortion-giant is far from showing shame. Instead, the
billion-dollar organization, partially funded by the tax dollars
of hardworking Americans, continues to bolster a pro-abortion agenda
coupled with alarming sex advice for underage boys and girls.
Planned Parenthood’s promotion of S&M sex should be anything but
normal, but in the name of fun and games, the organization counsels
young people how to experiment with asphyxiation, torture, bondage and
sadomasochism. Read more...
the abortion movement sees cause for lamentation, we should see cause
for opportunity. Pregnancy centers hardly receive the recognition they
deserve, and are actually facing legal trouble. Just over a month ago,
the court ruled in favor of pregnancy centers in Austin, Texas. This
battle had been going on for years, as highlighted by Alliance Defending
Freedom. Read more...
Is the economy the untold casualty of abortion?
The pro-life movement often talks of the science behind life in the
womb, the fact that abortion leaves emotional, psychological and
physical scars on women and the inherent beauty of every life. What we
don’t often talk about, though, is money.
After all, doesn’t it seem somewhat crass to couch pro-life arguments
in terms of economic benefit? The reality, though, is that abortion
hasn’t impacted our society only in emotional, social, and cultural
ways. It’s also impacted our society economically. And one political
scientist is now claiming this very thing. Read more...
The state’s sole remaining abortion mill, located in Jackson, is
surrounded by hospitals that refused to grant privileges to the
abortionists who practice there. As a result, abortion activists argued
that the requirement posed an “undue burden” on women seeking abortions
because Mississippi would have no operational abortion mills with the
provision in place. Pro-life activists, on the other hand, hold that the
provision is a basic medical necessity, without which women in
Mississippi are denied essential protections in the event of an
abortion-related emergency. Read more...