Comments on The Case Against Abortion

Although there aren’t a lot of comments on The Case Against Abortion, the conversation is passionate and thought-provoking. If you missed the comments, I highly recommend you read them—and add your own thoughts. photo credit: Kazz.0

The Case Against Abortion

I saw this video on Randy Alcorn’s blog and had to share it. I can’t imagine how anyone can look at these images and say that abortion doesn’t kill a human being.

Slavery and Abortion: Moral Relatives

No, I’m not talking about moral RELATIVISM, but the relationship that those of us who believe in absolutes of right and wrong see between slavery and abortion. I’ve been thinking a lot about this because I’m editing a book written by a man who is a descendant of a slave and a slave owner. He … Read more

Sanctity of Life

What do the people in the photos in this collage have in common? They are all wonderfully made by our Lord, in His image. Even the one who is visible only in the shape of her mother’s body. Even the dirty one begging on the street. Even the ones who can’t walk, whether because of … Read more

Devotion for the First Sunday in Lent

Now the word of the Lord came to me, saying, “Before I formed you in the womb I knew you, and before you were born I consecrated you; I appointed you a prophet to the nations.” Then I said, “Ah, Lord God! Behold, I do not know how to speak, for I am only a youth.” But the Lord said to me, … Read more

Sixty Million People Gone

According to the US Abortion Clock, more than sixty million people have been killed in the womb in the US since Roe v Wade was decided by the Supreme Court forty six years ago today. More than 1500 unborn babies are aborted every day. Among those murdered babies, were there men and women like Martin … Read more

Religious Freedom Day

I was sick yesterday and failed to write a post for Religious Freedom Day, which is January 16th. Although late, I wanted to recognize this important day. Freedom of religion is one of our most significant freedoms, and we must stand up for it in a time when “separation of church and state” is predominant. … Read more