by Doctors for life
October 16, 2019

Dr De Vos, who is a member of Doctors For Life, has been charged by the HPCSA for advising that unborn children are human life. He has also been barred from practising for more than two years now without any form of hearing.

by Dr Peter Saunders

A biblical defence of the human embryo is based on the idea that human beings are made in the image of God and belong to God and therefore should not be killed except in very special circumstances.

by Matt Slick

A step by step description of the development of a baby from the first week up to the 40th week.

by Luke Wayne
March 8, 2019

The core assumption behind this mantra is that a person has complete autonomy regarding anything they choose to do with their own body.

by WND
November 10, 2018

Alabama Associate Supreme Court Justice Tom Parker, who just weeks ago in a court opinion called the U.S. Supreme Court’s Roe v. Wade ruling unconstitutional, was elected chief justice by the state’s voters.

by John Stonestreet & Roberto Rivera
September 19, 2018

Among the pagan practices vanquished by early Christians was infanticide. As Christianity fades in the West, so do our defenses against infanticide in all its grisly forms.

by startsat60.com
October 2, 2018

Australian researchers argue that new mums should be allowed to abort both healthy and disabled babies once outside the womb in a quick and painless act.

by Kurt Kondrich
August 26, 2016

'Deliver us from Evil' is a cry you would hear from children receiving a death verdict in the womb once diagnosed with Down syndrome, and isn’t it time we end this silent eugenic movement?

by Christian Concern
March 3rd, 2017

Bioethicists have called for a ban on using a new pre-natal test to determine the sex of a baby, because it may lead to more 'gender-abortions'.

by AbortionFacts.com

Since the Court's ruling in 1973, there have been many studies into the aftereffects of abortion. Their combined results paint a haunting picture of physical and psychological damage among millions of women who have undergone abortions. 

by Living Waters
Published on January 9, 2017

Abortion destroys precious individuals who are made in the image of God. “Choice,” a riveting Spoken Word poetry video by Living Waters President, Emeal (“E.Z.”) Zwayne, drives this urgent truth home, and holds up the glorious gospel as our only hope and remedy. Please watch it, and share it, for the sake of lives and souls. 

by  Michael Tennant
November 28, 2016

The Council of State declared the video “inappropriate” for television broadcast because it is “likely to disturb the conscience of women who had lawfully made different personal life choices,” that is, those who had aborted their Down syndrome babies.

by justthefacts.org

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by Paul Tautges
August 7, 2015

Why must a Christian be pro-life? Here are 10 reasons.

by Melody Green

There are many families who have been waiting and desperately praying for years for the chance to adopt a child. Your child may be the answer to their prayers! Adoption is a reasonable and caring thing to do if you don't feel you can keep your baby. If you are unable to raise your child yourself, then you have the chance to give the greatest possible gift of all - the gift of life!

by Abortions Facts

Networks of killing centers across the globe are eliminating "unwanted, unborn" children at a staggering rate. Were the context not abortion, the world would be outraged. Call it what you want, when an innocent group of human beings is targeted and exterminated by the millions, that is an injustice on par with any of history's most egregious atrocities. At the end of the day, abortion is not only comparable to past crimes against humanity but is also, by sheer volume, the greatest holocaust of all.

by Abortion Facts

Yes, every abortion kills an innocent human being. Even more alarming is the fact that beginning at the 8th week of development, an unborn baby that is aborted feels pain during the abortion. The baby feels both psychological and real physical, organic pain. Let that sink in.

by  Warren Mass
23 May 2016

In a recent op-ed piece for the women’s fashion magazine Elle Cecile Richards, president of  Planned Parenthood asserted that   “reproductive health” — a euphemism for both contraception and abortion — “isn’t a theoretical issue, a social issue, or a distraction — it’s a fundamental issue of economic security and opportunity.”

by Carrie Gordon Earll
2015

Should taxpayer dollars go to an organization that destroys human life, then callously sorts through baby body parts to hand over to researchers? Should public monies fund a group that continually lobbies in favor of abortion, an activity that brings revenue into its own coffers?

by Mariam Jaffery  
November 6, 2015

After nearly three and a half decades, China’s famous one-child policy is finally coming to an end; the Communist Party announced last week that it will begin to allow families to have up to two children. The one-child policy has been a human-rights disaster, and the demographic, social, and economic effects will haunt China for generations to come.

by Rolley Haggard
April 30, 2014

A recent article in “World” Magazine titled “Still-silent shepherds” summarized the top reasons evangelical pastors give for not preaching against abortion. Among them is that “preaching on the issue might politically stigmatize the pastor or politicize the pulpit, scaring seekers off.”

by Dr. J. C. Willke

Now we know one of the major reasons why the abortion industry is fighting so intensely to prevent a ban on Partial-Birth abortion from being enacted. It's more than not giving any ground on abortion for any reason. It's also because selling fetal parts is a very lucrative part of the abortion business.

by Bill Muehlenberg

In the nineteenth century, most Christians remained silent about the horrors of slavery. In the twentieth century most Christians remained silent about the horrors of Nazism. In the twenty-first century most Christians remain silent about the horrors of abortion. There is blood on the hands of the Christian church. We have remained silent when we should have spoken out.

by Kerby Anderson
October 1, 2014    

Kerby Anderson helps us understand that concerns about abortion are more than just a fundamentalist backlash. He reviews arguments from a Christian, biblical perspective and then introduces arguments from medical, legal and philosophical points of views as well. He concludes, “The Bible and logic are on the side of the Christian who wants to stand for the sanctity of human life.”

by Heather Clark
September 2, 2015

IRVINE, Calif. — The ninth expose’ video released surrounding Planned Parenthood’s alleged harvesting and sale of the organs of aborted babies highlights another business partner with the abortion giant—one who bemoans efforts to end abortion, stating, “that’s where we get our tissue.” The undercover footage largely centers on Perrin Larton, the procurement manager for Advanced BioScience Resources (ABR), a company that makes as much as $340 per procured organ for babies aborted in the second trimester.

Christian Medical Fellowship
2015

The status of the embryo is fundamental to discussions on fertility treatments, genetics, contraception and abortion. If the embryo is nothing other than 'human tissue' then clearly it is expendable, but if it is 'a human being with potential' then it should be treated with the utmost respect. The issue is controversial even among Bible-believing Christians, but if there is doubt then surely we should give the human embryo the benefit of that doubt (Rom 14:23). Here are some of the common arguments raised by secular philosophers and biologists along with possible ways of countering them:

by  Selwyn Duke
31 October 2014

Pro-abortion advocates’ mantra has long been, framed from a woman’s point of view, “My body, my choice.” But the sincerity of this argument is again being called into question, this time by a phenomenon on college campuses whereby increasing numbers of students accept “post-birth abortion.” Yes, that’s the murder of a child after he is born.

by Dave Andrusko - LifeNews
January 22, 2015

It may be, and likely is, only a temporary stay, but earlier this month Health Canada asked for more information from the European drug company that has applied to sell RU-486 in Canada. The request, made of Linepharma International, means the federal regulator is unlikely to issue a ruling until later this year, the Globe and Mail reported, and unlikely to “hit the market” until 2016.

by Jerome R. Corsi - WND
November 14, 2014

The Obamacare architect at the center of controversy for his frank admissions that passing the president’s signature legislation required lying to the American people published a paper during the Clinton administration observing that legalizing abortion saved the government $14 billion in assistance to economically disadvantaged mothers, including African Americans, and lowered crime.

By Paul Shlichta
May 8, 2013

I contend that abortion is slowly killing us. Our battles against violence, drugs, sexual deconstruction, and other forms of moral degeneraton are merely symptomatic treatments. Until we end the horror of abortion, we will continue to decay -- or perhaps it is already too late.

By Matt Moore
May 9, 2014

Emily Letts is both an employee of an abortion clinic AND a mother who had her abortion videoed. Emily says she knows that this is a true human child; she knows that she is killing it, and yet she finds some sort of sentiment in that. The fact that a small human child is dissected and presented as an example of positivity and strength is horrifically disturbing.

by Diane Dew
1992

'... human weeds,' 'reckless breeders,' 'spawning ... human beings who never should have been born.' - Margaret Sanger, Planned Parenthood founder, referring to immigrants and poor people.

By Joel C. Rosenberg
January 22, 2013

Since 1973, Americans have had more than 55 million abortions. Unless we change course, the number will soon be 60 million. Consider the horror of that fact. We as a nation will soon have murdered ten times more Americans than the number of Jews that the Nazis killed during the Holocaust.

by Nicole Kempton
January 7, 2010

Women are still under threat throughout the world. Nowhere is this more apparent than in China, where the coercive population control policy, informally known as the "One Child Policy," represents an unprecedented State intrusion concerning women's reproductive choices.

by Alex Newman
12 July 2012

The United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) is under heavy fire after an investigation by the Population Research Institute (PRI) showed yet again that the UN is working with the communist dictatorship ruling mainland China to enforce its barbaric “one-child” policy — complete with forced abortions, involuntary sterilization, kidnapping of “illegal” children, and other brutal tactics. The evidence of UN complicity in the atrocious human rights violations is undeniable, according to PRI President Steven Mosher (pictured above), who said U.S. taxpayers should permanently halt funding to the global anti-population agency.  

by William F. Jasper
16 January 2010

Hillary ClintonPresident Obama and Congress may be wrangling still on major issues in the nationalized healthcare legislation — abortion coverage, rationing, end-of-life counseling ... and how to pay for it — but the administration, nevertheless, has announced its intention to push forward with a $63 billion global ObamaCare plan. With little media fanfare or coverage, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton announced on January 8 that the Obama administration had recently succeeded in supplying "more than $648 million in foreign assistance to family planning and reproductive health programs worldwide." And she said another $63 billion is on the way, courtesy of Obama's Global Health Initiative.

by Jeremiah Project

"Roe v. Wade has deformed a great nation. The so-called right to abortion has pitted mothers against their children and women against men. It has sown violence and discord at the heart of the most intimate human relationships. It has aggravated the derogation of the father´s role in an increasingly fatherless society. It has portrayed the greatest of gifts -- a child -- as a competitor, an intrusion, and an inconvenience.

by Sarah Terzo
Fri Oct 11, 2013

Pro-Choice groups and organizations such as Planned Parenthood maintain that abortion is beneficial to women. They claim that women do not have emotional problems after their abortions. Unfortunately, statistics tell a different story.

by Patrick Goodenough
October 24, 2013  

(CNSNews.com) – European pro-lifers celebrated a rare victory this week when the European Parliament voted not to advance a controversial draft report that would promote abortion as a human right and “regulate and monitor” conscientious objection.

by Peter Saunders
Oct 18, 2013

The most common disability for which babies are aborted in the UK is not anencephaly but Down's syndrome.  This is usually on the basis of the perceived burden that children with Down's syndrome will impose on families and the belief that the lives of disabled children are somehow not worth living. Is this justified?

by Jonathon van Maren
Oct 18, 2013

Pro-lifers generally talk about the pre-born child’s right to life, and extrapolate our corresponding responsibility from the fact that their right to life is being denied, and brutally so, in slaughterhouses claiming to be “clinics” across North America. The pre-born child is a human, and thus entitled to human rights, we say. Thus, we must stand up and seek their protection.

by Family Policy Institute

1 February 2009 marked the 12th anniversary of the legalization of abortion on demand in South Africa.  Since former President Nelson Mandela signed the ‘Choice of Termination of Pregnancy Act’ into law on 1 February 1997, more than 800 000 unborn babies were murdered in the womb. 

by LifeSiteNews

There are many methods of abortion. Dr. J.C. Willke has divided the methods of abortion into three main categories: those that invade the uterus and kill the child by instruments which enter the uterus through the cervix; those that kill the preborn child by administration of drugs and then induce labour and the delivery of a dead baby; and, those that invade the uterus by abdominal surgery.

by LifeSiteNews

Birth control pills are routinely described as "contraceptives", that is, things that prevent conception, the beginning of a new human life. But in fact birth control pills sometimes act as "abortifacients", things that cause abortion.

by Elliot Institute

Since the Court's ruling in 1973, there have been many studies into the aftereffects of abortion.  Their combined results paint a haunting picture of physical and psychological damage among millions of women who have undergone abortions.

by LifeSiteNews

Chemical abortion can be caused by certain drugs, administered in varying ways, which act upon the hormones of the mother to create a situation in which a newly-formed human being, known as a zygote or embryo at this stage, cannot survive. Most of these chemicals are used in combination, one drug to ensure that the embryo is killed, and a second to induce contractions so that the dead embryo is expelled from the uterus of the mother.

by Dr JC Wilke

A Realtime ultrasound video tape and movie of a 12- week suction abortion is commercially available as, The Silent Scream.  It dramatically, but factually, shows the pre-born baby dodging the suction instrument time after time, while its heartbeat doubles in rate. When finally caught, its body being dismembered, the baby’s mouth clearly opens wide.