IRS: Abortions are Eligible for a Tax Deduction, Stillborn Babies are Not

| April 2, 2015

It’s tax time and millions of Americans are looking for extra deductions to get the maximum refund possible. Some Americans may be surprised to know that, if they aborted their baby last year, they’re eligible for a deduction. Did you know that abortions are apparently eligible for a tax deduction? That appears to be true, […]

White Girl, Korean Mom: Surrogacy Tales

| March 28, 2015

Jessica Kern was sixteen the day she found the missing puzzle piece that finally made her life make sense. Growing up, Kern, now 30, had always suspected something wasn’t right about her household.  It was more than just the emotional and physical abuse she suffered at the hands of her parents. It was a deep […]

5 Reasons Planned Parenthood Founder Margaret Sanger Shouldn’t Be on the $20 Bill

| March 21, 2015

The New York Times is trying to stoke demand for the replacement of Andrew Jackson on the $20 bill, citing his cruel treatment of Indians. That has a certain logic to it, whether or not you agree. Besides, the Times says, it’s time we had a woman on some of our currency. Again, fair enough. […]

Synthetic Children, Spiritual Orphans, and the Obliteration of Mothers

| March 19, 2015

[Editor’s Note: One of the authors references evolution’s affect on survival due to parental bonds. We disagree with the premise that evolution exists. We do agree that family is key. Filial love is powerful as is the inherit nature which God designed that ties us to our parents, but more so than this is a […]

Crohn’s Disease and the Pill

| March 19, 2015

Harvard gastroenterologist Dr Hamed Khalili’s study of 230,000 American women found that those who had used the pill for five years or more had a 300 percent higher risk of developing Crohn’s disease than those who had never used it. Dr Khalili explained that while oral contraceptive drugs do not directly cause Crohn’s disease, the […]

Sproul: Birth Control is Baby Control

| March 17, 2015

The problem with Margaret Sanger is not that she opposed birth, but that she opposed babies. Would that Christians saw babies like Jesus does. Rose Marie Stone stepped in it recently when she, a blogger carried byChristianity Today, wrote a brief piece in praise of contraception. That, of course, won’t get you in much trouble […]

The Inspiring Testimony of Women’s Hope

| March 10, 2015

Overwhelmed by the seeming iron grasp the pro-choice community has on our society? Here’s a testimony to the work and ministry being offered to women in Auburn, Alabama through Women’s Hope Medical Clinic. Some were abused, some threaten with abortion and abandonment, others neglected, but in spite of it all, Women’s Hope is changing lives. As the pro-choice community wages war […]

Double Indiginity: Scientists transplant organs from aborted babies into rats for future harvest.

| March 9, 2015

[Editor’s Note: There is debate as to whether or not this is even possible. Discussion has been going on for sometime about organ harvesting and the necessity of the host to be alive before organs can be harvested. Either way the idea is in the minds of the medical community and as this article points […]

Contraception and Cancer

| February 23, 2015

The News Story – Why you’re still paying for birth control even though it’s “free” now Susie Poppick writes for TIME this week about her near-miss at having to fork over a $50 copay for her birth control. “Strange,” she thought, since she was sure that “preventative” health services like contraception were supposed to be free under […]

Lullaby for a Nameless Child by Andy Kenway

| February 18, 2015

Lullaby for a Nameless Child If I could sing for you my song Some angel’s tongue to borrow, I’d sing for you the whole night long, Sweet baby of my sorrow For you were just a mother’s child, As fair as any other; A friend to me you might have been, If only to your […]

‘Call the police, my girlfriend’s father killed my child!’: The day I lost my unborn baby to the Culture of Death

| February 16, 2015

We were born to know the truth, and something in our soul is repulsed by lies. This awakening takes work and it takes time. But it is ultimately unstoppable. It was two days before my seventeenth birthday, a Saturday morning, the day after a football game in which I’d played. So I was tired and […]

Is Italy Dying?

| February 16, 2015

The Italian health minister has recently said some alarming words about his country’s demographic outlook: We are very close to the threshold of non-renewal where the people dying are not replaced by new-borns. That means we are a dying country,” Health Minister Beatrice Lorenzin said. This situation has enormous implications for every sector: the economy, society, […]

The Tragedy of the Sexual Revolution

| February 14, 2015

[Editor’s Note: An article from 2004 but as applicable today as ever. I would point out that it is not futile to argue. If the author really believed that he would not have finished writing the article. The advances that we’ve seen by the Pro-life movement are great examples of arguing the point and seeing fruit. Be […]

Birth Control Causing Growing Moral Discomfort

| February 5, 2015

Jessica Wilson got married five months before she graduated from an evangelical college in 2010. Because she believed that sex is reserved for marriage, it wasn’t much earlier that she had started thinking about what kind of birth control to use. No one in her family or her church had ever questioned the idea of […]

How ‘Big Abortion’ is losing

| February 4, 2015

Editor’s note: Glad to see a feminist turning around. I hope she arrives at a full understanding of God’s intentions are for women. Something she says stands out and so I want to comment on it. “Rather than structure society around the wombless, unencumbered male, ought not society be structured around those who, in addition to […]