Randy Alcorn's Blog: abortion

Why Every Prolife Church in Oregon Should Support the Petition to Stop Taxpayer Funding for Abortion

By Randy Alcorn | June 7, 2017
There’s no sense in which the killing of children is a marginal issue that Scripture is indifferent to! Long before it was ever a political issue, it was a moral issue, and one which God has a clear and emphatic position on. We’re not dealing here with “one more social/political issue.” We’re dealing with a unique and focused evil in which Satan has deeply vested interests.

Six Rationalizations for Abortions, and Professor J. Budziszewski’s Analysis of Each

By Randy Alcorn | April 12, 2017
Rationalization and denial are methods we use to cope with unwanted, stressful information. This is why arguments for the prochoice position are saturated in rationalization and denial. At the end of the day, it is alarmingly easy for us to ignore evidence to the contrary, as well as the promptings of our consciences, and simply believe whatever we want to believe.

A Teenage Girl’s Response to Teen Vogue’s “Post-Abortion Gift Guide”

By Randy Alcorn | February 22, 2017
An angry uterus heating pad, an F-U-terus pin, a box of chocolates, a girl power hat, a coloring book of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg: these are some of the gifts recently suggested by Teen Vogue as ways that girls can show their “care” to teenage friends who just had abortions.

Trapped: A Short Film on Teen Unplanned Pregnancy

By Randy Alcorn | February 10, 2017
Most prolife films are short clips or movie length, and unfortunately, the short ones don’t allow viewers much time to experience the emotions or to ponder. This one, on the other hand, has a large amount of silence, allowing for contemplation. The fact that the air doesn’t get filled with words helps listeners draw their own conclusions based on the obvious facts.

SLED: A Simple Way to Talk with Those Who Are Prochoice About the Personhood of the Unborn

By Randy Alcorn | May 23, 2016
Every argument for abortion which appeals to a woman’s inconvenience, stress, and financial hardship can be made just as persuasively about her two-month-old, her two-year-old, her teenager, her husband, or her parents. In many cases older children are more expensive and place greater demands on their mother than an unborn child. People immediately recognize those arguments as invalid when it comes to killing older children. So why not the unborn?

John Stott and the Right to Life

By Randy Alcorn | January 11, 2016
Like many others, I deeply loved John Stott, his books and his contribution to the church of Christ. I really appreciated what he had to say about unborn children.