The scandal of 6 million abortions to save the lives of 143 women

In the UK we have a peculiar form of hypocrisy about abortion.  When the law allowing abortion was passed (note to my American readers, this was passed by an act of parliament, not a ruling of unelected  judges)  it was argued that abortion was needed to save the lives of women.  Even the most traditional pro-life Christians would agree that if there is truly a risk to the life of a woman (eg a ruptured ectopic pregnancy) then abortion should be allowed.  Really it should probably not even be cal … [Read more...]

Killing newborn babies is perfectly logical – after birth abortion

Ethicists in the British Medical Journal have seriously and chillingly argued that what they call after birth abortions should be legal whenever an abortion in the womb would have been. As this article from the Daily Mail points out this argument fatally undermines the case for abortion itself:"Ill come to why her argument is so important in a moment. First, the facts steel yourself - this is grim. Francesca Minerva, from Melbourne University and sometime of our very own Oxford, and her … [Read more...]

Would Steve Jobs have been a victim of abortion if conceived today? A testimony to human potential and the value of adoption

There is no question in my mind that Steve Jobs played an immense role in shaping society's attitude to technology.  I think it would be hard for anyone to argue against the idea that the world is a better place because of what he contributed.  Human beings have incredible potential to leave a lasting impact for good.It seems to me, reading this following piece on how and why Steve Jobs was adopted at birth, that today he might well have been at risk of never making it into the world.  What a w … [Read more...]

Abortion Survivor Gianna Jessen

I received an email highlighting a video on youtube of Gianna Jessen who survived an abortion. Her story and advocacy of the rights of the unborn is compelling. More from Wikipedia or Gianna's official site. Part One … [Read more...]


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