Posts Tagged ‘pro-choice’

What Are Our Rights?

On September 28, 2013 a judge struck down a Texas bill restricting abortion. The judge ruled that parts of the law violate the constitutional rights of women, by placing undue strain on doctors performing abortions. Pro-abortion groups praised the decision as giving private decisions back to women and...
November 20th, 2013 | Abortion | Read More

Memorized and Meaningless? A Fresh Look at 1 Corinthians 13

Something is rotten in the state of the pro-life movement.  We are fighting so hard to save unborn babies from abortion that we become tunnel-visioned.  It isn’t that we should stop being mindful of the plight of the unborn.  But we shouldn’t focus on the unborn to the neglect of everyone else. ...
February 12th, 2013 | Abortion | Read More

Abortion Ends Lives: Why This Actually Matters

A troubling post has been making waves lately, mostly causing controversy among those of us who willingly and eagerly call ourselves pro-life. Often, the primary discussion when debating the morality of abortion is the personhood of a fetus: at what point does the fetus obtain the same rights as a human...
January 29th, 2013 | Abortion | Read More

Convenience and Reducing a Pregnancy

I stand resolute on my position on abortion: in all but the most extreme circumstances, I do not believe abortion is a viable option. If the pregnancy will clearly lead to the death of both the mother and the child, and it is certain it will be that way, then the loss of one life would be better than...
August 19th, 2011 | Abortion, Bioethics, Culture, Family Issues, Featured, Moral Philosophy, Philosophy, Reproductive Technologies | Read More