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Randy Alcorn's Blog: prolife

A Young Woman’s Spoken Word, Thanking Her Mother for Her Courageous Choice

Baby feetI recently received an email from a precious young woman named Mayra. She writes, “I was adopted from Mexico, and when I received Christ, He helped me understand my root of rebellion. I felt rejected all my life. But He provided a healing that was unexplainable."

Five Years Later, a Story About a Super Bowl Blessing

Super Bowl BlessingSome of you will remember the 2010 Super Bowl commercial, produced by Focus on the Family and featuring a prolife message from Pam Tebow about her son, Tim. Five years later, we get a glimpse of how God has used that “controversial” commercial to His glory. 

Sidewalk Counseling, a Life Saved, and a Family Brought the Gospel

Baby RomanI love this prolife story. It testifies to the ways God can use believers peacefully praying, holding signs, and sharing prolife information as well as the gospel, outside an abortion clinic.

Abortion Too Controversial to Address in Church? (Plus Information on the Oregon 2014 Citizen Initiative with an Urgent Deadline of June 30)

Unborn child at 16 weeksThe desire to be popular and avoid people’s disapproval is a common reason for Christian leaders to hold back in pro-life efforts. But for every reason we have, we must be ready to answer a question on the last day: “Was that reason more important than the lives of all those children I created in my image?”

 

The Need for Pro-lifers to Be Consistent When It Comes to Miscarriage

Lone baby shoe / skippytpe via photopin ccA friend who recently experienced a miscarriage shared this powerful blog post with me (it’s received over 1,100 comments, so obviously it resonated with many). I agree with the writer’s assertion that it does seem the prolife response to miscarriage lacks consistency.

Sharing the Truth about the Unborn with Your Friends and Neighbors

The Sanctity of Human Life

The article in today’s blog is a simple, straightforward and powerful model for what we as supporters of the right to life can say to friends and neighbors and fellow employees who are immersed in a prochoice worldview. 

The Problem with the Term “Pro-Choice”

The Problem with the Term "Pro-Choice" / Thumbs up signI confess that I dislike the term pro-choice. As I explain in my book Why ProLife?, I use it only because it has become the dominant term used in our culture. But it is pro­foundly misleading. The term pro-choice tells us that someone thinks choice is okay. Well, of course. But what does that mean?

Are aborted children better off because they’ll go straight to Heaven?

Adult and child, with ultrasound photo of unborn childSuppose I saw a three-year-old little girl about to fall off a cliff. If I save the child’s life, she will likely grow older and may not come to faith in Christ. But if I let her die, she goes to Heaven. What should I do? (That’s how you make a moral quandary out of something that’s completely simple—you try to save the child’s life even if you have to risk your life to do it!)

This whole line of argumentation is repugnant on the face of it, isn’t it? I think it’s every bit as repugnant when used about unborn children as it is about children who are already born.

The Uncomfortable Truth: the Humanity of the Unborn

UltrasoundPro-choice advocates once commonly stated, “It’s uncertain when human life begins; that’s a religious question that cannot be answered by science.” Most have abandoned this position because it’s contradicted by decades of scientific evidence. However, acknowledging the humanity of the unborn does require them to shift their language and tactics when defending abortion.

Biola University President Apologizes to Prolife Student and Takes a Stand

Biola UniversitySome of you are aware of the events at Biola University in May. A fourth year nursing school student, Diana Jimenez, became aware of the truth about abortion, and was so moved and convicted that she sensed God’s leading to publicly display photos of aborted babies on Biola’s campus.

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