Resources: Prolife

Testimony Before the FDA

By Joel Brind Ph.D. | July 19, 1996
Text of Oral Testimony given before the Reproductive Health Drugs Advisory Committee of the Food and Drug Administration at its Public Meeting of July 19, 1996.

Our Bodies, Our Souls: Rethinking prochoice rhetoric

By Naomi Wolf | October 16, 1995
I had an abortion when I was a single mother and my daughter was 2 years old. I would do it again. But you know the Greek myths when you kill a relative you are pursued by furies? For months, it was as if baby furies were pursuing me.

John Brown & Anti-Abortion Violence

By Dennis Teti | June 1, 1995
Lincoln saw that slavery's proponents were using Brown's extremism as an excuse to stop national protest against the obscenity of slavery and to intimidate his party. 

Parental Consent: Through the Eyes of a Post-Abortion Teen

By Anonymous | June 1, 1995
I am in favor of the parental notification bill because of the irreparable damage I experienced due to the decisions I made as a minor. When I was 17 years old, I determined that I was mature enough to make my own decisions, and didn’t need my parents’ advice on how to live my life.

Who Do We Think We Are? (Physician-Assisted Suicide)

By Randy Alcorn | November 10, 1994
Today, November 10, 1994, the outcome has been declared official. The state of Oregon became the first jurisdiction in the history of the human race to legalize physician-assisted suicide.

Just a Bumper Sticker

By Gregg Cunningham | July 1, 1994
Not one word of conversation was exchanged between her and the driver of the bumper sticker-bearing car, but at a glance her life was changed and her baby saved....