Entries Tagged ‘preborn’

Rabbi: Preborn are “water” until day 40, but pro-lifers ignore science

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In the case of abortion, Jewish law leans toward the modern pro-choice position, but also holds many powerful arguments for pro-life as well….

In the first forty days since conception, the fetus is considered by the sages to merely be water, and as “the thigh of its mother” (Yevamot 69b; Bava Kama 78b). After forty days however, the fetus is ascribed as a fully potential life whereupon that potential life becomes a full life upon birth. After birth, of course, there is a full status change….

Why the preborn have the right to use their mothers’ bodies

What is the nature and purpose of the kidney versus the nature and purpose of the uterus? The answer tells us why a woman is not obligated to give her child her kidney but is obligated to “give” her child her uterus. … The kidneys exist for the health and proper functioning of the body […]

Paul Ryan: Obama has “never once lifted a finger” to protect preborn

“We’re all in this together” – it has a nice ring. For everyone who loves this country, it is not only true but obvious. Yet how hollow it sounds coming from a politician who has never once lifted a hand to defend the most helpless and innocent of all human beings, the child waiting to […]

The Incarnation demonstrates God’s heart for the preborn

The Lord, the Word Incarnate, took on human flesh and became man.  He didn’t descend from heaven a full-grown man, but began His human journey at conception in Mary’s blessed womb.  He redeemed every single second of our human existence and showed quite clearly that every single second of it is blessed, good and precious […]

Terminate narcissism, not the preborn

To be sure, banning abortion in the U.S. wouldn’t fix the [gender imbalance] problem in China and India. South Korea seems to have restored a gender balance by restoring girls to “an honored place.” I would note, however, that the greatest moral progress over the last two centuries has been generated by recognizing the natural […]

Pampers’ pro-life t.v. commercial

by Andy Moore Recall that last year Pampers released an iPad app allowing families to track the development of their preborn baby. Now Pampers has released a commercial that is simply fantastic: [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OxbRdxbBROI[/youtube] Where to start? This short, 1-minute video undermines a host of pro-abortion lies in a simple, understated fashion.

(Prolifer)ations 7-2-10

by Susie Allen, host of the blog, Albert Mohler reviews a chilling UK Times article in which author Antonia Senior admits preborn life is human life, but goes on state that one must be willing to take human life for the cause of feminism….

Departing pro-abort blog editor considers himself a “mid-wife”

12/10, 8:15a: There is interesting controversy raging in the comments section of this post on the age of the preborn baby whose ultrasound photo I displayed. On closer inspection, the age listed is likely off, but only by 1-2 weeks at most. Here are photos of babies aborted at 7 weeks after fertilization from the […]

  

Who Is Jill Stanek?

Jill Stanek is a nurse turned speaker, columnist and blogger, a national figure in the effort to protect both preborn and postborn innocent human life.

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