Tag Archive: prolife

Is a continuing lockdown morally right?

If it wasn’t so sad and pathetic it would be funny…these self-righteous men who won’t defend the lives of innocent unborn children talking about how “No one is expendable” and they won’t accept… Continue reading

President Jesus…Pro-life or Pro-choice?

Christian Right…Christian Left…Christian Somewhere in the Middle. Which political party comes closest to reflecting the teachings of Jesus? Hmmm…let’s just say there’s a slight difference of opinion on this. I’m examining this question… Continue reading

Will somebody please distinguish between defending the man and voting for him?

David French is a wise and well-respected Christian journalist, author, and columnist. In a recent column titled, “Will Somebody Please Hate My Enemies for Me?” he argues that Christians who support President Trump… Continue reading

I wish we had a God who is consistently pro-life

I’m not the most compassionate of people. I freely…and sadly…admit that. I don’t readily respond to pleas for prayer or funding, my heart doesn’t break over the suffering of others in faraway lands,… Continue reading

Election menus are limited

Some people seem to think that choosing a president is like choosing a meal a la carte from a vast menu with limitless possibilities. As if one could customize a candidate who shares… Continue reading

Bill Maher doesn’t get it

This is Bill. Bill criticizes others for ignoring science. Then Bill ignores science. Don’t be like Bill. This comment Bill Maher made on his show Friday night is so typical of the Left… Continue reading

Civilized slaughter

We are so very civilized in 21st century Western culture. Case in point: We don’t abandon our unwanted infants on the streets leaving them to clog the gutters, like mothers during the Middle… Continue reading

This is war

“Pro-choice is pro-abortion is pro-death.” – Me For the past ten weeks, over almost 30 posts, I have been describing and addressing the arguments for the permissibility of abortion as presented in philosopher… Continue reading

Is God pro-choice?

In social media debates on abortion it’s pretty much standard procedure for the abortion advocate to play the “religion card.” – ‘You only oppose abortion because it’s against your religion, and you shouldn’t… Continue reading

Inconvenient, in the way, insufferably demanding children

If caring for a young child infringes on a woman’s ability to do what she wants with her body, is she justified in taking the child’s life? Think before you answer. For many,… Continue reading

Unplugging the violinist

“Imagine if…”    “Suppose that…”    “What would you do if…” I think it’s cool that there are experiments you can do while seeming to do nothing at all. While you’re just sitting… Continue reading

Statistically speaking, it’s a poor argument

Life is a risky business. Tomorrow you could walk out the door, trip on the steps and crack your skull, and end up in a coma for months, or in a casket within… Continue reading

Two-headed, four-legged women with penises

I refuse to believe that abortion-rights advocates who argue “My body, my choice” are so stupid not to recognize that the unborn child is not, in fact, part of the woman’s body. No…it’s… Continue reading

Acorns, homicide, policing dinner, and the SLED test

This is not a logical argument. The acorn analogy is popular among abortion-rights advocates and goes something like this: An acorn looks and functions nothing like the tree it would become if planted… Continue reading

A person’s a person no matter…

Since abortion-rights advocates cannot in all seriousness deny that the unborn entity is human, the more perceptive among them deny instead that it is a person. Yes, they will agree, that which is… Continue reading