Note from Randy: The following article is from Feminists for Life (www.feministsforlife.org) I don’t agree with everything in this article (particularly the implicit male-bashing), but it demonstrates that it’s possible to argue against abortion even from a committed feminist perspective.
Most modern feminists have made easy access to abortion the very symbol of liberation for women. The literature of the National Organization for Women repeatedly refers to abortion as the most fundamental right of women—more important even than the right to vote and the right to free speech. NOW has designated the protection of abortion ...
There is a small but influential circle of prochoice advocates who claim to base their beliefs on the Bible. They maintain that “nowhere does the Bible prohibit abortion.” Yet the Bible clearly prohibits the killing of innocent people (Exodus 20:13). All that is necessary to prove a biblical prohibition of abortion is to demonstrate that the Bible considers the unborn to be human beings.
Includes alternatives to AARP, the March of Dimes, and the National Education Association.
- Fri, Jan 01, 2010
Why Pro-Life? (subtitled: Caring for the Unborn and Their Mothers), is a little book I've written as a "read it yourself, then pass it along to others" expression of core prolife beliefs.
- 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?"
- Thu, Aug 12, 2010
In this clip from an interview Randy Alcorn did with Mark Driscoll for the Resurence Project, Randy talks about young prolife evangelicals.