Entries for December, 2006

Sirius pro-life talk show host

Attention pro-lifers: There is now a live, three-hour, daily, national radio talk show that discusses the pro-life issue along with other topics of importance to us. The show is Across the Nation with Bob Dunning. Bob had me on last week to discuss embryonic stem cell experimentation. Bob has had me on his show, The […]

New Stanek WND column: “Is God allowing abortion to save eternal lives?”

A volunteer driving me from the airport to a pregnancy resource center speaking engagement described a heart-wrenching incident. She said during a recent luncheon with three friends, all four admitted to having abortions. One had never told anyone before that day…. I am increasingly aware of the eternal lives God is saving through abortion. I […]

New Stanek WND column: “Warren, Obama: It takes more than wings to fly”

Despite pressure from social conservatives, Pastor Rick Warren refused to uninvite U.S. Sen. Barack Obama from his AIDS conference last week, although Obama is pro-abortion and pro-homosexual. During the conference, Warren explained, “You have to have two wings to fly,” apparently a right wing and a left wing…. Warren said he invited Obama to speak […]

  
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by Carder

Ancient children

Various pagan authors describe children as being more like plants than human beings. And this had concrete consequences.

Well-to-do parents typically did not interact with their children, leaving them up to the care of slaves. Children were rudely brought up, and very strong beatings were a normal part of education. In Rome, a child’s father had the right to kill him for whatever reason until he came of age.

One of the most notorious ancient practices that Christianity rebelled against was the frequent practice of expositio, basically the abandonment of unwanted infants….

This is the world into which Christianity came, condemning abortion and infanticide as loudly and as early as it could.

~ Pascal-Emmanuel Gobry, The Week, April 23

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