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Entries Tagged ‘Protestant’

Protestant pastors oppose Obama contraception mandate: FRC launches letter-writing campaign with 2,500 already signed on

Today the Family Research Council will hold a press conference at 12p in the heart of the Bible Belt – the Opryland Convention Center in Nashville, Tennessee – to announce the launch of a letter writing campaign by Protestant pastors and Christian leaders opposing Obama’s contraception mandate. This is not a Catholic issue. This is […]

The prayer breakfast speech that came before the President’s

UPDATE 2/11, 8:35a: Apparently C-SPAN experienced a systemwide problem. The video is working again. Grab a cup of coffee and start your weekend out on an uplifting note by watching Metaxas’s speech. UPDATE 2/10, 6:50p: The C-SPAN video is down. I don’t know if it was removed on purpose or if there’s a technical problem. […]

New Stanek poll: Which would be the more persuasive pro-life Super Bowl ad, graphic or nongraphic?

I have a new poll question up: Which type of pro-life Super Bowl television ad would be more persuasive, in your opinion? There are 2 options listed: “Graphic” and “Nongraphic.” Vote on the lower right side of the home page. Here were the results of my previous poll about Father Pavone and Bishop Zurek, not […]

Five reasons Mississippi’s personhood initiative lost (aside from the other side’s whopping lies)

As the dust settles after the defeat of Mississippi’s personhood initiative  last week, here are five reasons I think it lost. These  have nothing to do with the whopping lies the other side told. In other words, these are constructive criticisms. I ran my thoughts past Keith Mason of Personhood USA, who took them well. […]

Percentage of ob/gyns offering abortion declines to 14%

Great opening line in this MedPage Today article, August 24: There may be fewer obstetrician/gynecologists performing abortions than previously estimated, researchers said. The good news is that only 14% of 1,031 ob/gyns responding to a new survey said they commit abortions, down from 22% in 2008. The results were published in the September issue of […]

Summer pro-life teen boot camp opportunities

UPDATE 6/29, 9:25a: And here’s one more, Pro-Life Boot Camp for high school and college students, hosted by Allen County Right to Life in Indiana. UPDATE 5/19, 12:35p: Just spotted another one, the REveAL Summer Camp, hosted by Texas Right to Life. 5/12, 4:40p: When I was a teen I went to church youth camp […]

Jivin J’s Life Links 6-28-10

by JivinJ, host of the blog, has responded to the paper by the UK’s Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists which claimed unborn children can’t feel pain before 24 weeks: Ironically, the article concedes the evidence that by 20 weeks pain receptors are present throughout the unborn child’s skin, that these are linked by nerves […]

Socially Catholic Evangelical Protestant

A Socially Catholic Evangelical Protestant, that’s me. Blogger Terra Mork (pictured right) has written 2 great posts, “Confessions of a ‘socially Catholic’ Protestant: Part II,” which pretty much describes my thinking to a tee. I want to thank Terra for developing thoughts and putting into words what I could not. I feel so much more…. […]


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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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