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.
Sunday, May 24, 2015
Grieving mother shares photos of son miscarried at 17 weeks to show his humanity
vulnerable about such a personal loss is not an easy thing. Yet Natasha
wanted to not only share her story, but to also share pictures of
Isaiah. When I asked her why she wanted to share something so private,
she said, “I want to share Isaiah’s pictures because people need to see
the humanity in the preborn. He was perfect and loved.”
Simon Moore, 30, has Treacher Collins syndrome, a genetic disorder that
affects facial structure and hearing. Individuals with TC are born with
craniofacial disfigurements, including the absence of cheekbones and
eyes that droop.
Abortion proponents say a ban on late-term abortions is "cruel" and
"disgusting," but nothing is more cruel than killing a helpless preborn
child. These special children prove that life, regardless of physical
disability, is precious and worth protecting.
It was 1928 and 16-year-old Minka Disbrow was picnicking in the woods
with a friend when three men approached. One of the men acted as the
lookout. The other two men raped them. A few months later, Disbrow,
described as an innocent farm girl, discovered she was pregnant.
She gave birth to a baby girl, whom she named Betty Jane.
Everyone’s favorite late-term abortion crusader has popped up again.
Wendy Davis has been laying low after her humiliating defeat in the
Texas gubernatorial race, but she made time for her favorite cause:
abortion. Davis served as the keynote speaker for Planned Parenthood’s
annual fundraising luncheon in Dearborn, Michigan.
H.R. 36, a bill banning abortions after 20 weeks, except in cases of
rape or incest, has passed the U.S. House, and many pro-lifers are
applauding. However, there are two groups of pro-lifers who are
definitely not applauding: those conceived in rape and those who gave
birth to a child that was conceived in rape.
In April of 1991, Sue Thayer took a job with Planned Parenthood in the
small community of Storm Lake, Iowa. She was against abortion, but she
didn’t know Planned Parenthood was anything more than a health care
facility. She was unaware of their focus on abortion.
Tressa Middleton didn’t grow up in a stable home. Her mother was
homeless, and because of that, Middleton and her brother, Jason, were
split up into foster care. After a year, the family was reunited;
however, Middleton began drinking around age eight, and spent time with
people in their 20s.
Lavonne Wilenken worked as a nurse practitioner at a Planned Parenthood
clinic. She shares some anecdotes about her time at Planned Parenthood
in the book Bad Choices: A Look inside Planned Parenthood by Douglas R
ADF reports that “The City Court of Budapest has found eight people
guilty of illegally harvesting embryonic stem cells and tissue from
aborted babies and using them for profit in cosmetic procedures.”
He says: “I’ve had a hell of a time dealing with it, actually. To this
day I still think about it. I’ll go to bed, and I’ll think about it and
say to myself, ‘Man, what a terrible thing to do. What a copout. You
don’t trade human life for material niceties.’
Claiming that abortion should be rare allows pro-choicers to appeal to
those who are ambivalent, or on the fence about abortion. Many
pro-abortion writers, activists and politicians have clung to the
“abortion should be rare” rhetoric. But not RH Reality Check’s Aimée