Entries Tagged ‘Protestants’

Pro-lifers and the contraception compromise

by Carder … [I]t’s all right to have prayer rallies and demonstrations and even a big annual March ó which gets absolutely zero coverage in the secular world ó because the pro-life movement will never challenge contraception, which is the root of all this. It won’t challenge it because it would reveal the deep religious […]

Voris: The problem with the pro-life movement is… Protestants?

by Carder Forty thousand differing denominations have sprung up in Martin Lutherís foul wake, each one believing it has the truth in its completeness. That is simply impossible. And the proof is in the pudding; you need look no further than the pro-life movementís somewhat uninspiring record to recognize this sad fact. Itís true that […]

Pro-life blog buzz 2-12-13

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.

  • Pro-Life Action League has filed a formal complaint demanding an investigation into the death of 24-year-old Tonya Reaves at Chicago Planned Parenthood clinic:

    While normally, such violations of professional medical standards would be reported to the Illinois Department of Public Health, all Illinois Planned Parenthood facilities are unlicensed. As a result, any investigation relating to sub-standard medical care on their part is entrusted to [the Illinois Department of Professional Regulation].

Stanek weekend question II: Do you agree no one who worships the God of Abraham could possibly have voted for Obama?

Failing-Church-plant

Louie Verrecchio is one of Catholic News Agencyís longest running columnists. He wrote an oped this week, reposted by American Life League, that contained several strong statements and one profound one, underlined. Verrecchio was writing to Catholics but Protestants could certainly be included in much of his denouncement.

Pro-life news brief 1-22-13

by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat

  • NBC/Wall Street Journal has a new poll out on abortion and Roe v. Wade. The poll results again show that large swaths of the population (41%) in this poll don’t know anything about Roe v. Wade, and when the pollsters give an inaccurate description (“first three month” baloney) of Roe’s results, the majority are opposed to overturning it. 31% claimed they thought abortion should always be legal which seems high. Imagine this follow-up: “So you think it should be legal to have an abortion in the 8th month of pregnancy?”The poll’s options seem to favor the pro-choice side as the pro-choice options are “always legal” or “legal most of the time” while the pro-life options are “illegal without exceptions” and “illegal with rape/incest/mother’s life exceptions.” There is a rather large gap and many plausible positions between legal “most of the time” and illegal except for exceptions.

Stanek weekend question II: Do you agree with these “six things NOT to do to end abortion”?

This is a similar question on the topic of how to win the war against abortion to May 5’s, which analyzed the article, “Time to change pro-life tactics?”

Today we look at a May 25 post by pro-life blogger Jennie Stone, published at LifeNews.com, entitled, “Hey Pro-lifers: Six things NOT to do to end abortion.” Your thoughts? Read on…

CNN covers for Obama on infanticide support, cuts key information

On February 28 CNN’s Wolf Blitzer tried to play gotcha with Newt Gingrich regarding Gingrich’s statement during a recent Republican debate that the mainstream media had failed to scrutinize presidential candidate Barack Obama in 2008 regarding his opposition as state senator to the Illinois Born Alive Infant Protection Act. Blitzer, attempting to prove that at […]

New Stanek poll: What are your thoughts on the situation between Bishop Zurek and Father Pavone?

I have a new poll question up: Regarding the situation between Bishop Patrick Zurek and Father Frank Pavone, which also involves Priests for Life, complete the following sentence: “The evidence I have seen leads me to think…” There are 10 options listed, three for Catholics, three for Protestants, three for secularists, and one for all.


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