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The Flawed Argument for Pro-choice Christianity, Part Two

In part one we examined the claims of people who are pro-choice and also call themselves Christian. The conclusion was that while it is possible to become a Christian and adhere to pro-choice views, it was not possible to remain pro-choice and live consistently as a Christian. Christian Life Is Inconsistent with a Pro-choice View The name “Christian” was first applied to followers of Jesus in Antioch. …For a whole […]

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The Flawed Argument for Pro-Choice Christianity

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I was reading a post by one of my favorite┬áChristian bloggers a little while back. As part of her post, she laid out a Christian case for being pro-life. She advocated for the humanity and personhood of a baby in the womb using the example of a baby that had been in the womb for eight months. One of those who commented disagreed with the author’s assessment. The commenter was […]

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Alfie Evans, Charlie Gard, and the Demonic Nature of National Health Care

The world received their first look at the slow, state-ordered death of an infant with the case of Charlie Gard last July. Charlie Gard died Friday, July 28, 2017, after his life support was turned off while in hospice care in Great Britain. Actually, Charlie was forced to die because the government of a once-good nation said he must. That “once-good nation,” is the United Kingdom. That nation is now […]

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Eugenics, Euthanasia and The Resuscitation of Evil Against The Disabled

As the year 2017 draws to a close, there will be inevitable reminiscing about the most important stories of the past 12 months. President Trump’s first year will certainly be considered one, if not the number one most important story. Some might rightly claim that 2017 was the year of the “sexual scandals” that exploded in almost every area of the public arena. When one looks beyond the United States, […]

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