Tag Archive for abortion

Abortion Will Be the 21st Century’s Slavery

Years ago I saw a t-shirt for sale with the picture of an old, gray haired, African-American woman sitting on a stump and dressed in rags. She looked solemn but strong as she held an infant in her arms which was obviously no more than a few months old in development. It was easy to tell, despite the words that… Read more →


Those Godless Pro-Lifers (Or Meet Our Secular Friends)

As one who is passionately pro-life and always has been, I’ve never seen it as a necessity, nor even good practice, to begin the defense of life from theological grounds (unless you believe in God, what use is it to tell somebody what God thinks?). Science and philosophy are adequate enough to show that the fetus is a life and… Read more →


Bonhoeffer on Abortion

Destruction of the embryo in the mother’s womb is a violation of the right to live which God has bestowed upon this nascent life. To raise the question whether we are here concerned already with  a human being or not is merely to confuse the issue. The simple fact is that God certainly intended to create a human being and… Read more →


Now Here’s a Good Presidential Ad…

Whatever your political committments, we have all seen too many campaign ads which tend to the ‘attack the other opponent’ method. Instead of solidly contributing to the political debate of where our country is headed, most campaign ads–in my opinion–merely come off as annoying, antagonistic, sound-bytes from one particular voice over another. I would rather see my contribution dollars go… Read more →