Tagged: Pro-Life

How Liberals are Changing Their Abortion Views

In the Washington Post yesterday, liberal columnist Richard Cohen wrote a very interesting article entitled Support Choice, Not Roe.  He admits what pro-lifers have been saying since the beginning – that abortion is not just a question of choice for the woman, but of life...

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Feminists for Life

Feminists for Life is a non-religious organization that does not support the radical anti-motherhood, anti-human rights (a.k.a. "pro choice") stance of women’s organizations like NOW.  They embrace the great advances of feminism, while holding on to their respect for life.  From their site: Did you...

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Muddling the Stem Cell Debate?

The Washington Post exposed its biases in a story yesterday on a new advance in the area of stem cell research (Hat tip: The Larsonian): A Harvard University advance in generating embryonic stem cells may have the unintended consequence of hindering congressional efforts to lift...

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The Evangelical Argument on Stem Cells is Flawed

My blogroll currently has 132 feeds, and I recently trimmed it down.  I now have my faith-related blogs in three folders, triage style.  The truth?  I usually don’t get to the second and third folders.  But I regularly add new faith blogs to my top...

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A pro-life video on MTV?

Sometime this week the normal MTV’s TRL scene will take place – A musician will come in to premeire their video, dozens of teenagers will be screaming, the hosts will give them “mad props” for their new song, but this time it won’t be so...

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Woman Kept Alive to Save Baby

Here’s the next Schiavo-like pro-life case, but probably not as controversial (we’ll see).  A 17-week pregnant woman has become brain dead, and they are keeping her alive at least until her "fetus" is 25 weeks old.  You can read about it at the Susan M....

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Deconstructing Euthanasia’s Slippery Slope

I’ve had it with my conservative fellows who insist on tightly linking abortion with right-to-die issues. Sure they are related. NO, they are not synonymous, nor must the decision to allow the right-to-die be instricately linked to abortion rights. Let us instead try to separately...

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