- Wed, Apr 21, 2010
“What about a woman who is pregnant due to rape or incest?” This is one of three hard cases often cited as “exceptions” that make abortion an appropriate alternative. (The other two are when the life of the mother is threatened or the child has a serious handicap or deformity.)
- Wed, Apr 21, 2010
Randy Alcorn answers the question,"Why is adoption a threat to pro-choice advocates?"
- Tue, Apr 20, 2010
Randy Alcorn answers the question, "How do you respond to those who claim I'm not pro-abortion I'm pro-choice?"
- Wed, Feb 17, 2010
“The Pill” is the popular term for more than forty different commercially available oral contraceptives. In medicine, they are commonly referred to as BCPs (birth control pills) or OCs (oral contraceptives).
I think it’s possible, but there’s still much work to do.
Pro-choice advocates argue, “Every woman has the right to choose what she does with her own body.” Ironically, the choice of abortion assures that 650,000 females each year don’t have the right to choose what they do with their bodies. (That number is half of aborted children, the other half being males.) A female killed by abortion no longer has a life, a choice, or a body to exercise control over.
Abortionists, feminists, the president of the United States, many congressmen, and the Supreme Court have defended partial-birth abortion, one of the most chilling medical atrocities in human history.
Randy Alcorn, author of the best selling ProLife Answers to ProChoice Arguments, talks about the future of the prolife movement and the teenager’s place in it.
How did you get involved in the prolife movement?
Sixteen years ago I started a church with another pastor. After five years or so, I started developing a real interest in the prolife movement. What really got me involved in it was being asked to represent the churches on the board of a new Crisis Pregnancy Center opening during that time. We also opened up our home to a pregnant 18-year-old girl. She ...