Entries Tagged ‘abolitionist’

“Never has so much human suffering condensed in so small a space”

Never has so much human suffering condensed in so small a space. ~ Abolitionist Thomas Clarkson, quoting abolitionist and member of Parliament William Wilberforce, in The History of the Rise, Progress and Accomplishment of the Abolition of the African Slave Trade, 1808, one year after the trade had been abolished in British empire. HT: Andy Moore; […]

Abortion dishonors fallen heroes

In every war, U.S. soldiers have given their lives for freedom and justice. We dishonor these fallen heroes when as a culture we tolerate the injustice of abortion. ~ Pro-life abolitionist Andy Moore on Facebook, May 27

Stanek Sunday quote: The abolitionist history behind “O Holy Night”

“O Holy Night” is being sung at our church this weekend, and whenever I hear Verse 3, I am overcome with simultaneous angst and joy. I am reminded of all the little babies being murdered here and around the world, and yet there is Hope. The slaughter will someday end. For a couple years during […]

Pro-life blog buzz 9-4-12

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.

  • Culture Campaign reports on a new study from Yale University and City University of New York, which “shows that if the Republican Party abortion platform came to fruition and states could outlaw abortion, not only would the national abortion rate drop, but the rate among non-white Americans would drop the most.”

    Some point to this and claim racism on the part of Republicans… but really, doesn’t this just prove the pro-life point that abortion is used as a eugenic weapon and disproportionately takes the lives of minorities?

Stanek Sunday quote: “Among the survivors will be those whom the Lord calls”

Then whoever calls on the name of the LORD will be saved. Those who escape will be on Mount Zion and in Jerusalem. Among the survivors will be those whom the LORD calls, as the LORD has promised. ~ Joel 2:32, God’s Word translation [Photo of abortion survivor via Abolitionist Society of Oklahoma]

Stanek Sunday quote: The abolitionist history behind “O Little Town of Bethlehem”

Here’s the third in the repeat of my Sunday series during the month of December on the fascinating abolitionist history behind some of our most beloved Christmas hymns. Pro-lifers identify closely with those 150 years ago who fought to free another oppressed class of people. (Also see “I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day” and […]

Siding with Sanger: NAACP opposes bill that would make race-based abortion illegal

On March 14, 1875, in her famous speech “Social Purity,” [Susan B.] Anthony listed, among other things, “abortions and infanticides” as part of a “monster evil of society.” [Democratic Rep. John] Conyers scoffed that “I’ve never heard or read about [abolitionist Frederick Douglass] saying anything about prenatal nondiscrimination,” but Douglass said on October 22, 1883: […]

Stanek Sunday quote: The abolitionist history behind “I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day”

Here’s the second in the repeat of my Sunday series during the month of December on the fascinating abolitionist history behind some of our most beloved Christmas hymns. Pro-lifers identify closely with those 150 years ago who fought to free another oppressed class of people. Last week I posted about “O Holy Night,” and included […]


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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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