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Daniel Williams's Book, John Fea's Interview

History Professor and Dept. Chair, John Fea of Messiah College, hosted Daniel Williams on his podcast. Fea, who has worked with my Brooks School students in the past, engaged Williams in a discussion about the history of the pro-life movement. 97 more words

History

MY REVIEW OF "DEFENDERS OF THE UNBORN"

Some time ago I mentioned that I had written a review for Christianity Today of a new work of history that I can enthusiastically recommend, Daniel William’s… 42 more words

History

THE PRO-LIFE MOVEMENT BEFORE ROE V. WADE

Just wanted to call your attention to a book that I was recently privileged to review for Christianity Today.  The book is Defenders of the Unborn… 116 more words

"Not Just An Abstract Idea": Want To Make Buying Guns Hard? Make It As Tough As Getting An Abortion

It’s not just an abstract idea. It’s a bill going through the state house in Missouri. Mandatory evaluations. Mandatory talks with local leaders. Mandatory accountability. One state rep wants it to happen—and soon. 1,056 more words

Gun Violence

GOP Candidate Hypocrisy (And Consistency) In Response to Shootings

The Planned Parenthood shooting has raised questions of whether abortion opponents’ rhetoric holds any blame. While people are free to criticize the practice, nonetheless it was not exactly constructive to selectively edit footage of a Planned Parenthood executive discussing the costs of transporting organs for research, and then claim they sell fetal body parts. 543 more words

Ted Cruz Confused?

Sen. Ted Cruz (TP-Texas) was pontificating on the recent shooting rampage at a Colorado Springs Planned Parenthood facility while campaigning in Iowa on Sunday.  When asked about the accused killer Robert Lewis Dear, Cruz claimed that the media wanted “to blame him on the pro-life movement when at this point there’s very little evidence to indicate that.” 257 more words

Texas News

Standing Up for Life

To stand up for truth is to make yourself vulnerable, to step out and risk your reputation or even your life. But ultimately, to stand up for truth is to do what’s right. 647 more words

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