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A.H.M.

"A.H.M." Continued...

Issue: "30 years of destruction," Jan. 18, 2003

I remember, for example, last year's prayer vigil on a bitter cold morning at the local abortion clinic. Dozens of folks who I know see themselves as engagers of the culture chose not to come. But Arthur Matthews made the commitment to be there. As a journalist, he always wanted his facts to be right. But as a citizen of Christ's kingdom, he also wanted his actions to count on the side of right.

So now I wonder: Who will be there at next week's vigil at the abortion clinic? Who will be standing in for A.H.M.?

Joel Belz
Joel Belz

Joel, WORLD's founder, writes a regular column for the magazine and contributes commentaries for The World and Everything in It. He is also the author of Consider These Things.

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