Tag Archive: abortion

Privacy, impossibility, and you can’t make me

I envision the battle over abortion this way: The pro-life movement has one offensive weapon but it’s as powerful as an atomic bomb so can’t be defended against. The pro-choice opposition has an… Continue reading

Because…tolerance

It’s hard arguing with people who believe “life begins at conception”, and I know it’s not black and white, so that’s why this discussion is so hard. Hard, not impossible. I think we… Continue reading

Protecting your rights can mean hardship for me

I’m going to put something out there that maybe you didn’t know about me. Here it is: I’m much too self-focused and inclined to resist doing hard things that will cause me discomfort… Continue reading

Better never born than newborn

Nothing makes me sadder than knowing there are children who are not loved and cared for well by their parents. My heart hurts even now as I think about them flinching at verbal… Continue reading

These arguments are pitiful

Women will die from unsafe, illegal abortions. An unwanted child will suffer abuse and neglect. Poor families will be further deprived with one more mouth to feed. Caring for a child with physical… Continue reading

If it’s all about choice, you might want to know what you’re choosing

One of the most maddening things to me in this cultural conflict that is the abortion debate is the stubborn and willful ignorance of the opposition. So many of them intentionally ignore the… Continue reading

Does size determine value?

Would any of us consider a five-year-old as less than fully human because he can’t drive a car? Is a one-year-old less valuable than the five-year-old because she is unable to use the… Continue reading

What fifth-graders know and adults childishly deny

If abortion is going to be morally justifiable, the victim of abortion must be either devalued or found guilty. Some abortion supporters go the “guilty” route, condemning the unborn as a parasite unjustly… Continue reading

The elephant in the womb

Human reproduction is an unfathomably amazing thing. Often I’ve wanted to ask the abortion supporter, have you invested even five seconds contemplating what happens in those nine months? That without any direction on… Continue reading

Is Roe really “settled law”?

The United States Supreme Court can be likened to Christianity’s early church fathers who were necessarily tasked with interpreting Scripture for the purpose of establishing orthodox doctrine. For instance, the New Testament clearly… Continue reading

Roe and abortion on demand

Roe continues to exist, but only in the way a storefront on a western movie set exists: a mere facade to give the illusion of reality. – Chief Justice William Rehnquist It’s a… Continue reading

Politically correct death and moral relativism

Like virtually every important issue that polarizes people, the conflict over abortion is at its core a moral one. Though some may see it as morally one-sided such that only those who oppose… Continue reading

Arming ourselves for the conflict of our times

When I began blogging way back in 2012 my focus was on giving reasons to believe God exists and, in particular, that Christianity is true. Hence the title, A Reasonable Faith. But I… Continue reading

Societal parasites must be excised

The United States of America is more than simply a land mass populated by millions of individual human beings. As a union of those individuals it is a societal organism with rights and… Continue reading

Women will die

But only because they’ll make a choice they don’t have to make. They might think they have no other option but they do. As defenders of the rights of the unborn, and of… Continue reading