September 15, 2019

Tag - Abortion

A Sanctuary and a Battlefield

I realize to some my title might sound outrageous but a woman’s womb has always enjoyed a special place in my heart. My early moment on earth took place inside my mother’s womb. Later, my wife presented me with our three children that emerged from...

Bloodthirsty Tastes

In answer to the Christian charge that pagans have bloodthirsty tastes, the author of The Sacrament of Abortion, Ginette Paris says that martyrdom, sacrificing for a cause, euthanasia or heroic suicide…—all suggest daily that death...

The Ubiquitous Slur

On January 27, 2017, thousands of Americans will gather in Washington D.C. for the annual March for Life to mark the 44th anniversary of the infamous Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision that has led to the deaths of approximately 60 million pre-born...

A False Equality

I interviewed Father Frank Pavone, the director of Priests for Life, on Phyllis Schlafly’s weekly radio program many years ago. In discussing his 2006 book, Ending Abortion, I noticed that he had substituted the term, A Consistent Life Ethic, for...

An Unholy Marriage

While Same-sex Marriage is a contradiction in terms, abortion and religion have engaged in a pagan ritual that approximates satanic marriage for many years. Fifty years ago this statement that there was a religious element in aborting an unborn...

An Altar of Death

Before I learned the timesaving beauties of Google, I used to spend a good deal of time browsing the dusty stacks of our local library. More than not, I would stumble across a gem of a book that had suddenly caught my interest. Sometimes the...

Blowing in the Wind

I still love the folk song by Peter, Paul and Mary from the sixties, Blowing in the Wind.  With regard to the cultural changes that have happened during my lifetime with regard to abortion, it bears some significance. The first time I ever caught a...

Hard to Believe

In an unprecedented act of concern for the most vulnerable among us, a Seattle public school system sponsored a “Babies’ Lives Matter” day. Most of the teachers and many of the students wore tee-shirts with the photo of an unborn baby inside a womb...

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