Things You Should Emulate: Speak for the Unborn

One of the best ministries I know of is called Speak for the Unborn.  It’s based out of Louisville’s Immanuel Baptist Church, a congregation led by powerful preacher Ryan Fullerton that is absolutely on mission for Christ.  The ministry opposes Satan by sharing the gospel with women at abortion clinics, praying for them, and generally [Read More...]

Abortionist: “Let Me See You Adopt Those Ugly Black Babies”

The above clip is one of the more horrifying things I’ve seen caught on camera.  In the 38-second video, pro-life Christians confront an abortionist.  I don’t know the circumstances of this conversation, but it is clearly a visceral encounter. In the course of the confrontation, the abortionist yells at the pro-lifers “I as a taxpayer [Read More...]

What it Means That Only 41% of Americans Are “Pro-choice”

This from Politico: The percentage of Americans who identify themselves as “pro-choice” is at the lowest point ever measured by Gallup, according to a new survey released Wednesday. A record-low 41 percent now identify themselves as “pro-choice,” down from 47 percent last July and 1 percentage point down from the previous record low of 42 percent, [Read More...]

Saving the Littlest Lives: On This Monday’s Pro-life Conference

This coming Monday, January 23, 2012 from 8am-11:30am (EST), I’ll be blogging and “live-Tweeting” the ProLifeCon, put on by Family Research Council.  I’m very glad that FRC is such an outspoken and courageous defender of the unborn, and I hope that this event advances the cause. Here’s the link to the live webcast, which will [Read More...]

Sarah Palin and the End of Men

Two major news stories suggest that men–and evangelical men–are in danger of extinction. The first is from Newsweek and is entitled “Saint Sarah: How Sarah Palin is Reshaping the Religious Right.” Here’s a key quotation from Lisa Miller’s essay: [W]hile leftist critics continue to shred Palin as a cynical, shallow, ill-informed opportunist, and new polls [Read More...]

The Link 10.2.09: Lausanne, Glenn Beck, and Falling Abortion Support Rates

1. Have you heard of the Lausanne movement? They’re gearing up for the 2010 conference in Cape Town, South Africa.  John Stott, Billy Graham, and Francis Schaeffer were heavily involved in the 1974 gathering.  Sounds pretty cool. 2. Weekly Standard writer Noemie Emery spells out the recent troubles of our nation’s president.  Here’s a key [Read More...]

The Link 6.12.09: NPR on Sex, Inner-City Transformation, and Patrick Henry College

1. My TEDS buddy Andrew Lisi recently wrote a thoughtful blog on a report by NPR about how sex is, for the younger generation, almost completely separated from any lasting connection or bond. (Photo: H. Armstrong Roberts, NPR) 2. A Wheaton PhD student and friend of mine, Jeremy Treat, shares a stirring story about one [Read More...]

The Link 3.20.09: Abortion Arguments, Troubled Political Families, and Dever on Multi-Site Churches

1. Vitamin Z has a great interview on a robust pro-life way of thinking and acting with Scott Klusendorf, author of a new and important book called The Case for Life (very highly recommended by Justin Taylor). Here’s a very moving quotation from the interview in which Klusendorf describes how he left malaise on this [Read More...]

Making Men Moral: Robby George’s Chapel Message, the Conference Keynote

The biography of the conference’s keynote speaker, Robby George, who spoke in Union’s chapel service: Professor George is a member of the President’s Council on Bioethics and formerly served as a presidential appointee to the United States Commission on Civil Rights. He was Judicial Fellow at the Supreme Court of the United States, where he [Read More...]


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