Table of Contents

Cover Story

Full of life

Full of life

by Marvin Olasky

Cover Story | Revitalized by young activists and growing support, the pro-life movement faces new tensions

In this issue: "2012 Roe v. Wade Issue: Young and restless," Jan. 28, 2012

Features

Unstoppable Romney?

Unstoppable Romney?

By Jamie Dean

Politics | Concerns about the economy dominate in South Carolina, but Rick Santorum and Newt Gingrich hope social conservatives will help them catch the primary's…

Strategic battles

Strategic battles

By Susan Olasky

Roe v. Wade | An Ohio debate highlights the three-way split in the pro-life movement about how to move forward

A year of progress

A year of progress

By The Editors

Roe v. Wade | Last year was a productive one for pro-life state legislators and governors

Under attack...again

Under attack...again

By Marvin Olasky

Roe v. Wade | Crisis pregnancy centers are facing a new campaign to smear and silence them

Truth detector

Truth detector

By Grace Howard

Roe v. Wade | Even some allies question Lila Rose's tactics, but her undercover work has revealed the ugly nature of Planned Parenthood

Blessed by the dozen

Blessed by the dozen

By Alicia Constant

Roe v. Wade | For Barbara Curtis, raising 12 children-including three adopted ones with Down syndrome-was coming full circle

'What heaven looks like'

'What heaven looks like'

By Joel Hannahs

Roe v. Wade | A mission to rescue HIV-positive orphans started with a painter and a stay-at-home mom. God, they say, took it from there

Viable choices

Viable choices

By Emily Belz

Roe v. Wade | Erica Pelman offers pregnancy resource center for Jewish women

Life down under

Life down under

By Angela Lu

Roe v. Wade | The United States isn't the only place where the pro-life movement is making strides among the young

Dispatches

The battle of New York

The battle of New York

By Tiffany Owens

Pastors protest New York Board of Education decision to kick churches out of the school buildings they use for worship

Looking Ahead

By The Editors

Chinese New Year Chinese across the world are ringing in their new year on Jan. 23-a Year of the Dragon. According to Chinese zodiac traditions, babies born…

Rights rulings

Rights rulings

By The Editors

And other news briefs

Inconvenient truths

Inconvenient truths

By Marvin Olasky

Campaign 2012 | Can Rick Santorum's candidacy survive his honesty on moral issues?

Alternative reality

Alternative reality

By Leigh Jones

Another taxpayer-backed energy plant becomes a failed boondoggle

Human Race

By The Editors

Rejected A federal appeals court has ruled against Jennifer Keeton, who filed suit in 2010 against Augusta State University after the school ordered her to…

Quotables

Quotables

By The Editors

"There's nothing more dangerous than a woman with a child." Sarah McKinley of Oklahoma City, Okla., on shooting and killing an armed intruder on New Year's…

Quick Takes

Quick Takes

Hundred grand Grandparents who struggle for gift ideas for perhaps a dozen grandchildren should consider Viktor and Aneta Urich of Grand Prairie, Alberta. The…

Notebook

Pro-life passion

Pro-life passion

By Susan Olasky

Lifestyle | How a young progressive evangelical became focused on fighting abortion

Siri queries

Siri queries

By Daniel James Devine

Technology | Apple's iPhone virtual assistant appears to be sidestepping abortion controversies

Clamping down on chimp research

Clamping down on chimp research

By Daniel James Devine

Science | Evolutionists critique experiments on 'our closest relatives'

Protestant Church of Jiangsu Road

Protestant Church of Jiangsu Road

Houses of God | Qingdao, China

Double dribble

Double dribble

By Mark Bergin

Sports | Many fans and reporters stopped caring about adultery among basketball players years ago

Columnists

The new fundamentalists

The new fundamentalists

By Joel Belz

From classrooms to bureaucracies, liberals keep making new rules for people's lives

Picking up the bricks

Picking up the bricks

By Janie B. Cheaney

While we tear down the foundation of civilization, God is building up

Secular bigotry

Secular bigotry

By Mindy Belz

Campaign 2012 | The Obama era and the 2012 race call for courage to speak against religious repression

Mailbag

By The Editors

Letters from our readers

For the birds

For the birds

By Andrée Seu

A high regard for animals should not translate into a low regard for God and man

Wretched abortion

Wretched abortion

By Marvin Olasky

But here are two delightful contests

Culture

Noise pollution

Noise pollution

By Megan Basham

Movies | Joyful Noise misuses a solid cast and terribly misreads its target audience

The Firm

The Firm

By Megan Basham

Television | New NBC drama picks up 10 years after the 1996 Tom Cruise movie left off

Page Eight

Page Eight

By Emily Whitten

DVD | Politically, Page Eight is about as simplistically liberal as you can get

My Week with Marilyn

My Week with Marilyn

By Michael Leaser

Movies | Michelle Williams brilliantly captures the various facets of Monroe's complicated personality

Box Office Top 10

By The Editors

Movies | For the weekend of Jan. 6-8, according to Box Office Mojo

Jack be nimble

Jack be nimble

By Les Sillars

Books | The new Jack Abramoff is repentant, boastful, and challenging of Ralph Reed's forthrightness

Notable Books

By Susan Olasky

Notable Books | Four books on human life

One step at a time

One step at a time

By Marvin Olasky

Q&A | Pro-life incrementalism, says activist Charmaine Yoest, is proving to be a successful strategy across the country

End of an era

End of an era

By Arsenio Orteza

Music | Leiber, Ragovoy, and Tate were pioneers in white-black musical collaboration

Notable CDs

By Arsenio Orteza

Notable CDs | Five new pop releases

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