I’ll never forget my friend’s description of what happened after her abortion. She said she got wheeled into a room on a gurney. And there in that room were eight to nine other women on gurneys who had also just had abortions. And all of them were crying—hard. That’s what abortion is like. It’s not
UPDATE: Judge William Orrick — the California district judge who granted NAF and Planned Parenthood’s request for a preliminary injunction to prevent the release of CMP’s video — has ordered all copies of this damning video to be removed from the internet. He’s also ordered Daleiden to appear in court on June 14 to face contempt charges.
Today thousands of women around the country will skip work, wear red and attend rallies in honor of “A Day Without a Woman,” the first major event by organizers of the Women’s March since the actual march in January. I will not be one of them. I refuse to take part in this incredibly hypocritical
Last weekend, I had the incredible privilege of meeting abortion survivor, Gianna Jessen, in person at the March for Life Chicago. About two years ago, I interviewed Gianna by phone and heard the amazing story of how she miraculously survived a saline solution abortion in the late 1970s. Days later, in an incredible testimony that
If Hillary Clinton becomes president, Karisa Johns Smith says she “will probably cry.” Smith, a so-called “Jesus feminist” and doctoral candidate at Wheaton College, views a future President Hillary Clinton as an exemplary model for the next generation of women. “There’s finally somebody for my daughters,” Smith told Christianity Today managing editor Katelyn Beaty, “
As expected, President Obama vetoed a bill that would have de-funded Planned Parenthood. But, many pro-life activists consider getting a bill to his desk a major victory since it shows the difference having a pro-life president would make, and this is an election year. Also, Wheaton College this week began the firing process for its
2015 was quite a year. Millions of people visited my blog, thousands more tuned in to Up for Debate, and I launched “Seeking Truth,” a new podcast. Followers on Facebook and Twitter helped expand the conversation and added new dimensions to our efforts to discern issues related to faith and culture from a biblical perspective. Here
Faith News in Focus: Wheaton Professor Stands by Her Statement, Abortionists Dumping Babies in Landfills, Nativity Scene Madness, and More
The Wheaton College professor suspended for asserting that Muslims and Christians worship the same God refuses to back down from her statement. Meanwhile, Wheaton College continues to face intense criticism and praise for censuring the professor. Also, something reminiscent of the Holocaust makes headlines— authorities discover that Planned Parenthood is dumping aborted babies in landfills!
Faith News in Focus: Attorney General Hasn’t Reviewed Planned Parenthood Videos, 1,000 Churches Closed in Indonesia, and More
Though the issue of Syrian refugees dominated headlines this week, there also were several important developments concerning abortion and religious liberty. Key among them was the U.S. Attorney General’s admission that she hasn’t even viewed the undercover Planned Parenthood videos — and Planned Parenthood’s announcement that it will spend $20-million to defeat pro-life candidates! Meanwhile,
Faith News in Focus: Taxpayers Bought Intact Brains of Aborted Babies, Government Forces School to Allow Boy in Girls’ Shower, And More
A shocking revelation from the Washington Free Beacon: Taxpayers bought intact brains from aborted babies for research involving the National Institutes of Health! Plus, the U.S. Department of Education is trying to force a suburban Chicago school to allow a sexually confused boy in the girls locker room. And, Southern Baptists are facing a mammoth $21 million budget deficit, requiring layoffs. But, not all the news is bad. Pro-life activists in Texas have scored a major victory — turning a Planned Parenthood facility into a pro-life pregnancy center.