Category Archives: Pro-Life Witness
The absence of societal shuddering in response to the Planned Parenthood videos frightens me more than the videos themselves.
Brought face to face with video evidence of injustice, we do back flips to avoid the conclusion that there is a pattern of injustice and we should do something about it.
Incivility is when we give up on disagreement and become disagreeable. It is the failure of disagreement, not its natural outworking.
When Paul tossed a question back to a Democratic spokeswoman, he was doing what reporters rarely, if ever, do: He was asking a pro-choice activist a hard question.
The debate over fetal homicide reveals our society’s inconsistency in the ongoing debate over abortion: We only affirm the humanity of the unborn if the child is “wanted.”
When it comes to defending the weakest members of the human family, I believe churches should feel free to speak up.
Are abortion rights supporters fully embracing an absolutist agenda, one that legitimizes and praises a woman’s choice to abort, no matter the circumstances?
A woman in the United Kingdom faces an unplanned pregnancy that prevents her from taking the next step in her career. Great Britain erupts in judgment and anger toward the woman. What gives?
The pro-choice lobby says they are winning in federal courts but losing the larger war. I agree, but I don’t think the battleground is primarily in legislatures. It’s a battle for the consciences of the American people.
What do Downton Abbey, Wendy Davis, TED Talks, and President Obama have in common? They are uncomfortable talking about abortion.