Tag Archives: Pro-Life

The Struggle for Life

Following up on my last post, The Greatness of a Society, I want to share excerpts from an incredibly well done pro-life movie that is in the works. A U.S. Senate report states: “Physicians, biologists and other scientists agree that … Continue reading

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The Greatness of a Society

Many are familiar with the saying that “The greatness of a society is measured by how well that society cares for the weakest human life.” I find myself reflecting on this regularly during the shifts in our nation.  As I … Continue reading

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Reclaiming the Dignity of Women in Building Healthy Cultures

The Stoning of Soraya M has now been released, and while I haven’t seen it yet, it has already impressed me for several reasons. It stars Jim Caviezel, the actor who played Jesus in The Passion of The Christ.  Caviezel … Continue reading

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I was impressed by how well this article articulates some of the root issues in the discussion of life in regard to our current presidential administration. Professor Kmiec and I share common ground in the belief that every member of the … Continue reading

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What are the Implications?

Many people accept the concept of “limited resources” and “overpopulation” without much thought–but what are the implications of these ideas–and are these ideas true? This morning as I listened to the radio on my drive to work, a news clip … Continue reading

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Follow-up Thoughts on Jane Roe Commercial

“Wow. This is amazing. We really need to get the word out about this. What surprised me the most was her statement that after fighting this case, she didn’t actually have an abortion. Did I hear that right? Did she … Continue reading

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Imagine the Potential

I know so many people who talk about the painful circumstances that lead one to a decision to choose abortion over life.  One has to be realistic about the challenges of broken homes and single parenting, abuse, and the list … Continue reading

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A Response to Obama’s Blinding Style

Because there are so many in our current culture asking the same pressing questions in regard to politics, I thought it would be good to include Darrow’s recent response to a comment he received on this past series: Good Morning … Continue reading

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Jane Roe, Pro-life Advocate

The other day, I was sitting at home when I heard this commercial begin to air on our television.  Was I really hearing this right?  I couldn’t believe that “Jane Roe” would be speaking out against abortion. The woman who … Continue reading

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