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.
now 15, is a freshman in high school and has adapted to her new role as
student and young mother. After the birth of Aiden, Ashley returned to
school, and much to her shock, discovered that the boy who was convicted
of raping her was allowed to attend the same school.
The idea came to Heidi Boos on a day just like any other. Having
recently attended her Oregon church’s Sanctity of Human Life Service,
she was troubled by the lost lives of babies killed through abortion.
As one of the most famous cases in United States history, Roe v Wade is
perhaps one of the least understood. As a result, the U.S. Supreme Court
single-handedly sanctioned the killing of 57 million preborn children
through abortions decades following the decision on January 22, 1973
Bill Mefford, Director of Civil and Human Rights at the UMC’s Washington
office, used the March for Life last week to mock the event with a
sign, and picture he posted on Twitter, saying “I march for sandwiches.”
Many are upset a church leader used a solemn event to liken an unborn
baby to a sandwich.
Our friends at Secular Pro-Life have an excerpt (with further quotes from Google Books)
in which the Science Guy finally addresses the unborn…and, when given a
chance to prove he really is an objective champion of science, sides
with denialism instead.
Andi DuPre, the winner of Live Action’s March for Life contest, has
always been strong in her pro-life convictions. It’s what led her to
join FOCUS (Fellowship of Catholic University Students) as a missionary
volunteering weekly at a Pregnancy Care Center, and it’s also what led
her to the March for Life not once, but several times.
One day I just knew I was pregnant and I told Darren I needed a test. We
went to Target, and I went into the bathroom there and saw the positive
test sign. Thoughts started swarming in my head and my heart. What
would I do?
A couple years ago, I wrote about why “there is no such thing as
‘personally pro-life.‘” But even beyond the question of whether it’s
possible to be “personally pro-life,” there’s the question of whether
it’s good enough. Even if we could be “personally pro-life,” would it