Eugenics Alive, But Which Population


The blogosphere is lighting up with conversation and debate over Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's comments related to eugenics.  In case you haven't heard, she said, Frankly I had thought that at the time Roe was decided, there was concern about population growth and particularly growth in populations that we don’t want to have... Continue Reading →

Sanctity of Life


Dr. Gushee was the first seminary professor I heard when I visited Southern Seminary long, long ago, seeking the Lord’s will for my call to the ministry.  Though I haven’t always agreed with him since, I have often been encouraged by his writing.  He has a good article here which mentions, among other things, the... Continue Reading →

Wrongful Life


Yet another thorny, nasty fruit that has grown to rotten ripeness from the Roe v. Wade tree is the concept of "Wrongful life."  What is wrongful life?  This is a legal concept that allows a parent to sue if a child is born with a defect.  The idea is that the parent had the right to abort... Continue Reading →

Babies in Trash Cans


Even now, supporters of Obama are running ads which picture "back alley butcher" shops where women will be forced to go for abortions if anything were to happen to the Roe v. Wade decision. The truth, however, is that back-alley butcher shops would be tame compared to the death unleashed on us by Roe v.... Continue Reading →

What Kind of Right to Life?


The most egregious abuse of human rights in America is the practice of abortion. Ironically, many so-called civil rights groups support the practice. Be that as it may, I think the subject has been under America’s skin for more than 35 years now. Oddly, we don’t talk about it much. Many of us have been... Continue Reading →

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