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EMBRYO: A Defense of Human Life/2 Comments/in Uncategorized /by Kelsey Hazzard
SecularProLife.org is joining Dr. Gerard Nadal’s blog, Coming Home, in a study of EMBRYO: A Defense of Human Life, by Robert P. George and Christopher Tollefsen. The book argues for unborn human rights without resorting to religious appeals. Starting March 16, Nadal will discuss one chapter each Tuesday. Each entry will be cross-posted here. This […]
Earthquake in Chile/0 Comments/in Uncategorized /by Kelsey Hazzard
As you’re probably aware, Chile just experienced a major earthquake. Fortunately, it has not caused nearly as much devestation as last month’s earthquake in Haiti. The Chilean government has not yet requested international aid. Still, we must take this seriously. 147 lives have already been lost, and if we do not act quickly to restore […]
Should we leave God out of pro-life?/2 Comments/in Uncategorized /by Kelsey Hazzard
Bryan Kemper of Stand True: Christ-Centered Pro-Life invited me to answer today’s weekend question on the role of religion in the pro-life movement. Wherever you come out on the substance of the question, this is a great example of pro-lifers working through their differences in a peaceful, respectful way.
Nebraska’s Abortion Pain Prevention Act/0 Comments/in Uncategorized /by Matthew Newman
In Nebraska, State lawmakers are considering a new piece of legislation entitled the Abortion Pain Prevention Act. The bill, if enacted, would be the most stringent in the nation by banning most abortions after 20 weeks of the pregnancy. Why 20 weeks instead of the traditional 24 weeks? After 20 weeks, it’s stated, that the […]
One step forward, one step back/0 Comments/in Uncategorized /by Kelsey Hazzard
Our step forward is in Kenya, which is in the process of approving a new national constitution. The most recent draft includes, and the final version is expected to preserve, the human right to life beginning at conception. Its proponents have stated that this provision will not impact the availability of contraception. The progressive constitution […]
Health Care Summit/0 Comments/in Uncategorized /by Kelsey Hazzard
Americans United for Life will be providing live updates on the health care summit throughout the day, beginning at 10am. Pro-lifers are not expecting much progress, especially since pro-life Democrats have been excluded from the meeting.
The abortion ad is back, and more dishonest than ever!/2 Comments/in Uncategorized /by Kelsey Hazzard
You may recall that earlier in the week, I was a guest blogger on SuzyB, where I discussed a facebook ad that invited users to “become a fan” of abortion. I asked pro-lifers to pledge a dollar to SecularProLife.org each time they saw the ad. We got a few dollars, and then nothing. The ad […]
Life imitates art/1 Comment/in Uncategorized /by Kelsey Hazzard
A while back, my favorite satirical news site, The Onion, put up a video playing off of the debate over regular and conflict-free diamonds. The analogy: decorative baby skulls. Consumers should make sure they were “harvested responsibly,” and not “illegally.” (This is my first attempt at embedding video, so please be patient. If it doesn’t […]
The latest from Live Action/3 Comments/in Uncategorized /by Kelsey Hazzard
In response to Obama’s announcement of a new health care reform proposal, which would contain considerable funding for abortion, Live Action has released a new video from its Mona Lisa series, showing a Wisconsin Planned Parenthood failing to report an obvious case of statutory rape. This is the tenth video in the series. As Live […]