Death Toll in Millions

It was the saddest of days. I felt such agony. A family member confided in me that she had insisted that her then pregnant teenage daughter arrange for an abortion. In her mind, choosing an abortion was preferable to a shameful out-of-wedlock pregnancy and complications in her daughter’s life plans. Alas, another baby died. Guilt [...]

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Three Deadly Words

As the morning light filters softly into the room, a young woman, chilled by hours of perspiration from the groaning and pushing of childbirth, feels the release of her womb as her newborn baby enters the world. What a relief, but what emotion! This is her first child. She waits to hear the baby’s gender. [...]

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A Life in the Balance

The 1973 landmark Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision legalized abortion on demand in the United States. Every year since in the month of January, this volatile issue surfaces in the news. Theologian R.C. Sproul in his Twentieth Anniversary Edition of Abortion: A Rational Look at an Emotional Issue writes, “…I am convinced that abortion [...]

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