All Content in Category: Prolife
- Wed, Nov 13, 2013
Suppose 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.
- Mon, Oct 28, 2013
If you see evil—like the killing of unborn children—then, by all means, recognize it to be evil, but don’t get mad at the people who took the pictures and are showing you the pictures. Get mad at the people who are doing the evil that is in the pictures.
- Fri, Sep 20, 2013
Pro-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.
- Fri, Aug 23, 2013
Some 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.
- Fri, Jul 26, 2013
I’ve shared before in a blog my appreciation for the Duggar family, featured on the TLC reality show 19 Kids and Counting. One of their recent projects is being part of Life United (www.lifeunited.org), a prolife website dedicated to educating people with the reality of abortion in our generation, and encouraging them to do something about it.
- Wed, Jul 17, 2013
Some of you have heard by now about the prochoice activists in Texas who earlier this month mockingly chanted “Hail Satan!” during protests against the late-term abortion ban in Texas (which passed last Friday).
Writing for LifeNews.com, Matt Barber says:
I would like to take a moment to pause and personally thank our Satan-hailing friends for their brutally wicked honesty.
- Wed, Apr 24, 2013
True, not every family is called to adopt or to provide foster care. But should the people of God as a whole be challenged to get involved and support other people in the body of Christ who are? I would say they absolutely should support not only those in their own church who wish to adopt or foster, but also those in other churches and other places.
- Wed, Apr 17, 2013
I’m a little taken aback that so many Christians are utterly shocked only because of the fact that this man killed some babies after they were born instead of a minute, week, month or three months earlier. As if that makes the slightest difference to the babies or to God.