Roe v. Wade

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Still-silent shepherds

Still-silent shepherds

By Joe Maxwell & Steve Hall
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Roe v. Wade | Some evangelical pastors have several reasons for not preaching on abortion—and one is fear of man

Resuscitating compassion

By Dick Peterson
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Roe v. Wade | God is in the middle of this story of a doctor who saved a baby who saved the doctor

One in a billion

By Mary Jackson
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Roe v. Wade | A terrible health condition has helped Christian Buchanan to be a blessing to many

How a Down syndrome teen hiked toward Mount Everest

By Marvin Olasky
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Abortion | In this month of remembering Roe v. Wade tragedies and praying for all the babies threatened by abortion, we should remember that Down syndrome kids are among…

Principle, pragmatism, and pandering on abortion

Principle, pragmatism, and pandering on abortion

By Marvin Olasky
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Abortion | It will be educational to see how The New York Times covers Roe v Wade remembrances this month. Let’s assume that a politician might vote on principle, might…

Actively engaged in the abortion battle

Actively engaged in the abortion battle

By Matt Chandler
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Abortion | A pastor’s plea to not sit on the sidelines and hope this horrific genocide of the unborn works itself out

Another <em>Roe</em> to hoe

Another Roe to hoe

By Marvin Olasky
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Supreme Court | A states-rights DOMA ruling should have implications beyond same-sex marriage

Pro-abortionists lobby for evil, but God may use this for good

By Marvin Olasky
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Abortion | Lead headline on yesterday’s New York Times front page: “Cuomo bucks tide with bill to ease abortion limits.” Wow, what a gutsy New York governor: In a…

Behind the lonely faces of abortion

By Chelsea Kolz Boes
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Abortion | I wore stockings under my jeans under my sweatpants to the March for Life in Washington, D.C., last Friday. Some said the weather fit the occasion: This march…

A voice for the voiceless

By Edward Lee Pitts
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Abortion | Forty years after Roe v. Wade , March for Life participants brave the icy streets of Washington to send a loud and clear message to America

A birth defect shouldn’t be a death sentence

By Steve Hall
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Abortion | I was born in 1965 with spina bifida, a birth defect that affects the development of the spine and lower extremities. It can vary in its severity—and my…

The creepiest video ever?

The creepiest video ever?

By Marvin Olasky
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Roe v. Wade | One line has stuck in my mind from the U.S.A. trilogy that John dos Passos published in the 1930s: “All right we are two nations.” That was the writer’s…

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