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Even though the goal of pro-lifers is to take away a woman’s legal right to an abortion, the view isn’t intolerant and discriminatory. In fact, it’s the opposite. Here’s why.
After more than a decade of training Oregon Right to Life students and taking them to the streets of Portland to talk to people about abortion, Alan noticed a possible new trend this year.
Given the brave new world we live in, we can’t presume that medical technologies are consistent with Christian ethics. We must do our due diligence and investigate.
Scientism claims we can’t have knowledge about religion or ethics because the only way to know reality is through the five senses. Here are three reasons why this view is problematic.
Being pro-life is not merely an attitude. It’s a behavior—it’s something you do. Here are seven steps you can take to make a difference in the lives of the unborn and their mothers.
Is Christian opposition to abortion based on “personal religious views” that should not affect their votes?
Ireland has voted to repeal their right-to-life constitutional amendment, but making abortion legal doesn’t make it moral.
If a pro-life atheist doesn’t believe in a Moral Law Giver, can their view be consistent?
Alan discusses the implications of not subscribing to a particular religion and the most probable beliefs that follow.
Some abortion-choice advocates claim that abortion is no different from taking someone off life support. Alan explains why that is not the case.