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Does the Bible provide guidance in this area? Have scientists settled the matter through their research? Abortion is not simply an issue of empirical science because scientists cannot answer the question of precisely when human life begins. Abortion is a battle between worldviews.
Exodus 21:22–25 actually backfires on those who wish to use it to justify abortion because it teaches that the unborn child is just as valuable in God's eyes as the person who has already been born.
The morning-after pill is an emergency contraceptive that is claimed to be able to prevent conception even after sexual union has occurred (thus the name “morning-after”). But do birth control pills, and especially morning-after pills, act only to prevent conception, or can they also cause an early abortion?
Our right to life, ordained by the God of the universe, is at the core of a just society. It demands the unflagging leadership of the church, as we strive to uphold life as the Life-giver meant us to. The abortion debate is far more than a mere political issue.
Not many organizations achieve the impact that Planned Parenthood has had on Western culture. At its root is an evolutionary philosophy taken to its logical conclusion that man is merely an animal in the process of evolving to his ultimate potential.
Our belief about human origins dramatically effects how we view the issue of abortion and the sanctity of life.
Life begins at fertilization, and all human life is precious and made in the image of God.
Author Steve Golden evaluates a public prayer of an abortionist in which she asked that God would expand abortion.
Is there any real difference between Gosnell’s victims and the invisible millions.
But what if she’s not dead?—Should abortion providers be required to save the lives of infants they fail to kill?
Dr. Elizabeth Mitchell and Ken Ham comment on a bill that would require abortion providers to ensure emergency medical care and transportation to a hospital for failed abortions.
Arkansas boldly steps out to snatch a victory for life from the jaws of Roe v. Wade.
Pro-abortion writer claims that our “diabolically clever” support for life is a “sneaky, dirty trick.”
“Christ Jesus came into the world to save sinners, of whom I am chief” (1 Timothy 1:15).
January 22 will mark the 40th anniversary of the infamous Supreme Court decision to legalize abortion in Roe v. Wade.
Anniversaries, whether of good or bad occasions, give us a reason to reflect on the results or consequences of those events.
With legislation set to go into effect requiring private employers to provide abortifacients as an insurance benefit, Liberty University English professor Karen Swallow Prior has called attention to the increasingly sloppy usage of relevant terms in the controversy.
Pro-life cause does not need shaky science.
Some people are of the opinion that, after God had created everything, He did not interfere with the operation of this “wound-up clock.” This idea is definitely not found in the Bible.
Should God’s Word or man’s feckless opinion rule in our lives and laws? Clearly, evil will rule if God’s people remain silent.
Saturday, 27 October, 2007, marks the 40th anniversary of the passing of the 1967 Abortion Act in the UK.
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A preview of the September 2005 issue of Creation Magazine.
While the demand for abortion grows,1 so does the scientific case against the arguments often used to support it. Recent powerful evidence comes from immunology.
The anniversary of Roe v. Wade is a troubling reminder that abortion is still legal in America.