Michael Card, a songwriter and theologian, wrote a song called “The Spirit of the Age” in which he references the Biblical story of the slaughter of the innocents in Bethlehem.
This past week, I heard two anecdotes; one incredibly heartening, and the other heart-breaking. On one hand, I discovered how 3-d printing allows blind mothers to feel their babies’ faces,
Author’s Note: Elizbeth Barrett Browning published an iconic piece called “The Cry of the Children” in 1843. Through the poem, she protested the English practice of child labor in the
Many pro-life supporters found hope in the potential enactment of the new Louisiana Abortion Law. This law would have essentially mandated that in order to perform an abortion, every doctor
In the year 2000, the FDA approved a medically induced abortion regimen known as abortion pills. Since then, one third of known abortions are completed by use of abortion pills.
New York has just passed legislature updating their current laws on Abortion. Some argue that this is a monumental step in protecting reproductive health rights and others claim that it
We are now living in a time where 56% of Americans believe abortion to be morally wrong. This is up substantially from 1995, where only 33% of Americans polled would
Two things have shocked me recently at the United Nations (UN): the stark reality of urgent need around the world, and the absolute determination of interest groups to push their
What do the pro-life and pro-choice movements have in common? Both claim to protect human rights. Yet the pro-choice movement neglects to recognize the humanity and right to life of
“The uncertainties of life find no refuge at its beginnings.” -Ethics Committee of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine1 (italics added) Recently the United Nations Headquarters hosted the 11th session