Some people claim that they can be pro-choice and Christian at the same time. That is nonsense.
The fact is, the church’s attitude toward the pro-life movement often ranges from cold indifference to open hostility, and it’s not hard to see where this attitude comes from.
The pro-choice mob tells us to keep our rosaries off their ovaries. The fact is, we are as indifferent to their ovaries as we are to their spleens, their gall bladders, and their tonsils.
Recent news of Biden’s administration and his appointees makes it clear that they are dedicated to abortion. We discuss Biden’s choice for ambassador to Ireland, at a time when pro-choicers in Ireland are pushing for the expansion of legalized abortion, as well as his choice for the head of the Bureau of Land Management. We also discuss Biden’s appointee to HHS, Xavier Becerra, nixing the NIH ethics board overseeing human fetal tissue research. Plus, we share the interesting clash that happened recently between an Irish radio host and “bio-ethicist” Richard Dawkins about Dawkins’s views on aborting children with disabilities.
Every day, pro-lifers debate pro-choicers online and attempt to sway their opinion. We discuss the important distinctions between different subgroups of pro-choicers, why some are “un-winnable,” and why it’s important to recognize this. Plus, we discuss a major debate trap that pro-lifers need to be aware of. All of this raises the question, are public debates on college campuses a waste of time? The answer may surprise you…
This week, we discuss the latest (and surreal) news stories like a North Korean defector stating that North Korea was pretty crazy,” but not as crazy as the propaganda she witnessed at Columbia University. Plus, we share how the Vatican is warning bishops not to deny communion to pro-choice politicians like Joe Biden. And finally, more data is coming out about America’s declining birth rate, that has some wondering, “How Low Can America’s Birth Rate Go Before It’s A Problem?”
Special Guest, Sheila Crutcher, is back to join us as we talk about how communities across Texas are standing up for the unborn and the role of the church in the abortion battle!
Win lose or draw, no election can alter the commitment you and I made to defend the unborn. So take heart. Stay strong. Renew your pro-life resolve and your commitment to carry on the fight against abortion. And there’s no better time to do this than at Christmas.
Those of us in the pro-life movement need to constantly remind ourselves that, for the unborn, what’s happening in our country today is not a game – it’s life and death.