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Infertility is a reality for many and can be unimaginably painful. We need God’s grace to help us walk through such pain, and we need God’s truth to help us navigate the possible road ahead.
Abortion is unjustly denying the most fundamental human right to thousands of human beings every day, and we should act to restore justice. It's abortion.
Should you be pro-life? To answer this, you must answer the question, What is the unborn? I am a pro-lifer for very particular reasons. I am not pro-life because "the Bible says it, I believe it, and that settles it." I am not pro-life because I want to fit in with Christians at my church. I am not pro-life because I hate women who have abortions. I am not pro-life because it fits with a particular political party's platform. I am not pro-life because you have to be if you're a real Christian.
Mark your calendars for March 23. That's when a new movie, October Baby, will hit movie screens.  I was able to preview the film last week and suggest you go see this one in the theater.  I'll be up front, it is a strong pro-life movie dealing head-on with abortion.  But it was powerful and compelling, without being preachy.  The message comes through loud and clear, but in a way that stirred my soul (yes, yes...I cried like 4 times -- it was intense).
Check out part one of my discussion with the Life Training Institute crew, in their most recent podcast.
I've enjoyed "listening" to the discussion yesterday's post generated.  Scott Klusendorf, pro-life master jedi, has weighed in with some wise thoughts that speak to the value of the video:
CatholicVote.org has put out a compelling pro-life video.
I'm around like-minded Christians quite a bit, so I've got to be intentional to get out of my bubble.  And when I do, I am reminded that many Christians are not in touch with the wealth of resources, arguments and evidence for the Christian worldview.  I've begun blogging for Conversant Life so I'm cross-listing my posts there.  Last week I claimed abortion is the greate
It's abortion. I know, I know.  That's the least coolest thing I could've said.  If I really wanted to be a hip young evangelical, I would've said poverty or the environment or pointed to some need in Africa (and certainly, these are very important issues).  Recently, it’s been trendy to move away from “out-dated” and more volatile social issues like abortion or homosexuality.  Oh well.  I'm not much for being cool anyhow.
Related to my last post, Scott Klusendorf has a question regarding abortion for Hillary Clinton and a question all Democratic candidates should have to answer.