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Resources: Prolife

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

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. Even the Netherlands (which commonly practices it) and Nazi Germany (which practiced it in its involuntary form) were not so bold and presumptuous as to pretend to legitimize it through making it legal. No one on the planet has ever done that until now.

Just a Bumper Sticker

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....

Mother Teresa’s Speech

If we remember that God loves us, and that we can love others as He loves us, then America can become a sign of peace for the world.

Euthanasia: Mercy or Murder?

I used this article in a course I taught at Multnomah Bible College—Soc 111, Contemporary Social Ethics.

A Prayer 20 Years After Roe v. Wade

This originally appeared in the January-February 1994 issue of Eternal Perspectives, EPM's quarterly newsletter.


Our Father in Heaven, we thank you that you are the Sovereign Lord of the Universe. That no bird falls from the sky without your knowledge. That no man rises to power without your permission. We thank you that the king’s heart is in your hand, and you can turn it however you wish.

We pray for our president elect. First, we pray for his repentance and enlightenment. We pray for an awareness that he will be held accountable for all citizens of this ...

Jon Will’s Aptitudes

Jon has Down syndrome, a chromosomal defect involving varying degrees of mental retardation and physical abnormalities.

One Tragedy, or 30 Million and One?

Florida Abortionist Killed

 

Preborn Babies Killed

• Eternal soul, created and loved by God

 

• Eternal souls, created and loved by God

• Killed by violence: armed man shoots unarmed in back

 

• Killed by violence: grown men tear little babies to pieces

• No due process, no trial by jury

 

• No due process, no trial by jury

• Killer’s act violated prolife principles

 

• Killers’ acts violate medical oaths

• Killer violated Christ’s commands to nonviolence (e.g. Luke 9:51ff.; 22:49ff.), Bible’s command to do good to enemies, and not repay evil with evil (Rom.12:17)

 

• Killers violate God’s commands ...

Is America More Prolife Than We’ve Been Led to Believe?

American FlagIf Roe v. Wade is reversed by the Supreme Court, abortion will still be widely available in America, since many states will legalize it immediately. However, states will at least have the freedom to choose, which they have not had since 1973. With all the talk about the possible dismantling of Roe v. Wade by the Supreme Court, pro abortion advocates everywhere are crying, “The anti abortion beliefs of the minority shouldn’t be imposed on the majority of Americans.” But what do Americans really believe about abortion? We know the media is dominantly pro abortion, but what about average citizens?

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