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?

Abolishing Abortion: A Review

Last week I gave a few quotes from this book by Frank Pavone, Abolishing Abortion (here).  Today I want to give a brief review of the book for those interested in pro-life resources. First, as I mentioned last week, it is clearly written from a Roman Catholic position.  So from the get-go, I knew I… Continue reading Abolishing Abortion: A Review

Pro-Life, Pro-Human, Pro-Children, Pro-Women

I’ll come back here next week and give a more extensive review of this book: Abolishing Abortion.  For now, I do have to note that I disagree with its heavily Roman Catholic orientation, from its focus on the pope to its Romish doctrine of the church.  I’ve written on Rome here before more than once… Continue reading Pro-Life, Pro-Human, Pro-Children, Pro-Women

Gladiator Games, Abortion, and the Early Church (Athenagoras)

Just over a week ago I highlighted a section from Athenagoras (an early Christian apologist from the end of the 2nd century AD) in which he defended Christian morality since many were accusing Christians of immorality.  Specifically, Athenagoras said Christian sexual ethics were much better than those of non-Christians, since Christians upheld purity in marriage… Continue reading Gladiator Games, Abortion, and the Early Church (Athenagoras)

Abortion, Disability, and Eugenics

I really like this book: How To Be A Christian In A Brave New World by Joni Eareckson Tada and Nigel De S. Cameron.  I’ve mentioned it on this blog before (here and here), so I won’t review all the details.  Instead, I’d like to quote a helpful paragraph by Tada that has to do… Continue reading Abortion, Disability, and Eugenics