“Abort” by C. D. Hulen – A Review

I enjoy a good science fiction read from time to time. It's not my favorite genre, but I have appreciated science fiction for sure. One sci-fi book I recently read is Abort by Christian (C. D.) Hulen. Abort is not a huge and detailed sci-fi novel. It's a shorter story of about 150 pages. It's… Continue reading “Abort” by C. D. Hulen – A Review

Identity, Abortion, Deathwork (Trueman)

Carl Trueman's new book, The Rise and Triumph of the Modern Self is a helpful resource for understanding our culture's obsession with sexuality, gender, and identity. Trueman's book overlaps with other similar books I've mentioned here before (Live Not by Lies, Cynical Theories, Love Thy Body, etc.). I'll for sure mention this book again in… Continue reading Identity, Abortion, Deathwork (Trueman)

Prenatal Genetic Testing and Abortion (Moreland/Rae)

 Our culture today has very subjective and illogical views on what it means to be a person.  For one of several examples, some say that an unborn baby with Down syndrome is not a person.  In fact, as many of our readers know, pregnant women can have tests to see if their unborn baby has… Continue reading Prenatal Genetic Testing and Abortion (Moreland/Rae)

Abortion and Dehumanization (Pearcey)

 I'm very much enjoying Nancy Pearcey's new book, Love Thy Body.  I'll come back to it again later, but for now I wanted to share an insightful observation of Pearcey's in the first chapter: If you favor abortion, you are implicitly saying that in the early stages of life, an unborn baby has so little value… Continue reading Abortion and Dehumanization (Pearcey)

The Right to Choose?

We're all aware of the pro-choice rhetoric about the "right to choose."  Those who defend abortion say a woman has the right to choose whether to have the baby or terminate it in the womb.  However, this "right to choose" rhetoric is not at all airtight.  McQuilkin and Copan explain: [The 'right to choose' language]… Continue reading The Right to Choose?