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Rape, Incest and Abortion

On Facebook, someone posted “Can a Christian be pro-choice on the abortion issue?” The ensuing responses were varied. I ended up in a bit of an argument with one of the commenters. Here’s the comment thread if you want some background to my comments. Clicking the screenshot will take you to the Facebook post.   […]

Google & International Women’s Day

If you visit Google.com today (go ahead and click the link to open a new tab), you will see that for today’s doodle they have a nice representation of women who have done wonderfully heroic and academic things from all cultures. This is in celebration of International (Working) Women’s Day which is March 8. A few quick […]

Abortion and Women as Victims

In light of recent debates and misinformation about the topic, I wanted to lay out my thoughts on the recent debate surrounding whether women should be held responsible if abortion is made illegal. In particular, what I’m referring to is a quote from this article. (emphasis my own) A consistent pro-life position can maintain that […]

Would Christ Call Someone Unchristlike?

I have a general sense that wherever possible we try to use Biblical terminology. This means we say words that people often find offensive. For example, we, as Christians, should not be afraid to call transgression of God’s law “sin,” rather than “a mistake” or “missing the best.” I think an area where this can […]

Whether It is Morally Justified to Kill

I would like to clarify my belief concerning whether one would be morally justified in taking the life of an abortionist. As I am already on record as saying in 2011 (See here, last 4 paragraphs), I in no way am an advocate for the murder of an abortionist or even anyone involved in abortion. […]

Real Friendship Includes the Gospel

Real friendship includes the gospel of Jesus Christ. Many will disagree with me for this nit-picky point, but it is a point to be made, however tangential to the primary argument it is. I discovered an article via Twitter this week. Overall, the article made good points. Mostly the same rational points made by every […]

When does a Fetus become a Human?

What if you found out that a fetus has no heartbeat, doesn’t feel pain, nor even grows until 18 days after conception – would that change the way you believe about abortion? Would it change the arguments you used against abortion, or how you would intend to persuade people concerning having an abortion? Would it […]