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  • What is the church’s role now Roe v Wade is overturned?

    The overturning of Roe marks a massive, historic victory for the pro-life cause, and we should continue to thank God and rejoice. Yet this victory simply marks a new beginning in the battle for life, and in many ways, for the pro-life movement, our work has just begun. Where do we go from here? First, […]

  • Roe is over. How Can Christians Respond to the Pro-Choice Misinformation That Abounds?

    In the days ahead, it is essential that we do our best to reach out across the vast abortion divide in America, speaking the truth in love. The ideological battle will be intense, but that doesn’t mean the war cannot be won, one heart and mind at a time. RELATED: The Significance of the Overturning […]

  • Abortion: Why It’s Not Just a Social or Political Issue

    It is imperative for the Christian to always view things from a much bigger perspective – not just in terms of economic or political or cultural aspects. There is a spiritual dimension that lies behind all the crucial issues of the day. Certainly when it comes to things like the culture wars, we are foolish […]

  • What Did the Early Church Have to Say About Abortion?

    While the pro-life position is widely associated with Bible-believing Christians, there are actually professing Christians who identify as pro-choice. In fact, one of my pro-life colleagues was speaking at a church in Michigan when, to his shock, he learned that the pastor had recently taken up an offering to help one of the young ladies […]

  • Christian author Jen Hatmaker comes out in support of Roe v Wade

    Christian author Jen Hatmaker has spoken out in support of abortion as the potential overturning of Roe v Wade is going though the US Supreme Court. Hatmaker, who created controversy two years ago when she supported her daughter’s decision to turn gay, used her blog to share her thoughts on America’s abortion rules. RELATED: What […]

  • Thunderous Applause Over Murdering Children—Will it Happen Again?

    A few years ago, I wrote an article with a similar title when the so-called Reproductive Health Act passed with thunderous applause in the New York State Senate chamber. I could not believe what I was reading: people actually applauded the slaughtering of children! Was I having a dream . . . a nightmare? Was […]

  • Even Ruth Bader Ginsburg Has Criticized Roe v Wade… Now It Could Be Overturned

    Nearly 50 years ago, the U.S. Supreme Court issued its ruling in Roe v. Wade, legalizing abortion in all 50 states and erasing protections for unborn children and pregnant women. Last week, the U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, a case that could overturn Roe and return the issue […]

  • 1 in 17 British women end up in hospital following abortion complications: report

    Freedom of Information data from 85 NHS Trusts in Britain has revealed that 1 in 17 women are forced to go to hospital with serious complications following a medically induced abortion. According to Christian Concern, the data uncovers over 10,000 cases of post-abortive women needing treatment for retained products of conception (RPOC) since the government’s […]

  • The Ideological Civil War Over Abortion

    Was there a time in living memory when America was more divided? I’m 66, and I certainly can’t remember any time like today. Can you? It seems as if the right and the left are becoming more and more polarized, with less and less people in the center. From woke ideology to race issues to […]

  • Texas Heartbeat Bill: An Open Letter to Women Who Say ‘My Body, My Choice’

    If you are a woman who believes that it is your moral right to have an abortion, you are likely quite angry or frightened over the enactment of the Texas Heartbeat Bill. All the more is the case if you live in Texas. And you likely think that people like me, conservative, male, pro-life Christians […]