Entries Tagged ‘Patheos’

Bristol Palin announces pregnancy

by Carder I know this has been, and will be, a huge disappointment to my family, to my close friends, and to many of you. But please respect Trippís and my privacy during this time. I do not want any lectures and I do not want any sympathy. My little family always has, and always […]

Why I chose to get arrested at Speaker Boehner’s office

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When word came down the night of January 21 that House GOP leaders were reneging on their promise to hold a vote on the 20-week abortion ban the next day – the haunting 42nd anniversary of the Supreme Court’s Roe v Wade decision – [WARNING: vulgarity alert], I was pissed off to the height of pisstivity. Sorry, that’s the most accurate way I can describe it.

Abortionist sees his practice as a ministry

Thereís more than one way to understand religion and spirituality and God. I do have belief in God. Thatís why I do this work. My belief in God tells me that the most important thing you can do for another human being is help them in their time of need. ~ Abortionist Dr. Willie Parker […]

Pro-life news brief 1-15-14

by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat

  • Slateís William Saletan refutes the mindset of pro-choice people who think pro-lifers are misogynists who donít really care about abortion:

    The assertion that pro-lifers donít really care about abortion ó that what really motivates them is misogyny, controlling other peopleís bodies, and forcing anyone who has sex to have a baby ó is morally comforting to a lot of pro-choice people. It reassures us that weíre on side of compassion, justice, and progress, and that thereís no reason to feel ambivalent about this issue. We have nothing to heed or learn from our enemies. Our only challenge is to defeat them.

    This is one of those echo-chamber beliefs that wonít survive a reality test.

Abortion the reason for Typhoon Haiyan?

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Kenneth Copeland says that storms and hurricanes and murders donít just happen. [David] Barton agrees and adds that since we (meaning the U.S. I suppose) have embraced a wicked policy (legalized abortion), then God will take away his hand of protection. Because of Godís absence, then Barton claims:

Stanek weekend question: How do we handle mea culpas?

Kermit GosnellUPDATE 4/14, 5:15p: Elizabeth at Patheos has written a great related piece, “Is MSM awareness of Gosnell a wave in tide of God’s mercy?” (HT: Kirsten Powers)

4/13, 11:03: There is a fine line between righteous indignation and gloating.

I would identify the charges levied against the media for ignoring the Kermit Gosnell mass murder trial as righteous indignation.

We pro-lifers engage in this a lot. There is daily evidence that MSM ignores or distorts stories on abortion.

Young evangelicals: Ignoring right to life as social justice issue?

Again and again I see young social justice-focused evangelicals abandoning any effective voice for the unborn for the sake of an ephemeral, culturally-fashionable concept that as a practical matter means little more than advocating a utopian ideal through a grab-bag of banal, functionally socialist policies. Moreover, the embrace of social justice often drives them functionally […]

(Prolifer)ations 11-15-11

by Susie Allen, host of the blog, Pro-Life in TN, and Kelli We welcome your suggestions for additions to our Top Blogs (see tab on right side of home page)! Email Susie@jillstanek.com. The Unborn Voice shares a nursing research paper on the types of coping that can result from the emotional aftermath of abortion.


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