How to Define “Pro-Choice”

By Dr. Douglas Young, University of North Georgia-Gainesville political science professor

The defining feature of a free society is every individual enjoying the freedom to make choices, good and bad, within the law. Enjoying the liberty to make your own choices is highly valued. So political groups market themselves as supporting Americans’ autonomy of choice.

Biblical Case for Changing Unjust Laws—Justly

Would you vote for a law where a 20 week fetus is given an anesthetic and then “humanely” aborted? The Montana legislature passed such a bill and is waiting on the governor's signature. This bill is “unjust” and displeases the Lord who will hold accountable a nation who despises His ways.

10 Things I Need To Tell You Before Your Abortion

To my best friend;

We’ve been friends for years. Through breakups, through laughter, through tears, through margarita Tuesdays and hangover Wednesdays. We’ve laughed so hard at inside jokes that we’ve both been laying on the kitchen floor and getting weird looks from the rest of our friends.

Georgia Right to Life Backs Embryo Bill

Contact: Genevieve Wilson, Georgia Right to Life, 770-339-6880

NORCROSS, Ga., Feb. 23, 2015 -- Georgia Right to Life (GRTL) President Dan Becker today called on Georgia state legislators to protect the most innocent of human life by supporting The Ethical Treatment of Embryos Act.

"Georgia must not permit our children to be treated like throw away lab rats in the name of research," Becker said. "The intent of the bill is to prevent the destruction of children at their embryonic stage of development."

Believing Comes By Hearing

Lincoln Brandenburg shows the Pillars of Personhood diaplsy at Georgia Regents UniversityAs Christians and pro-lifers, we possess valuable, powerful, life-saving knowledge. And I was struck last week with the responsibility we have as stewards of truth in a dark, broken world.

How Personhood Transcends Biology

In Georgia Right to Life's 5-hour training seminar, called “Pillars of Personhood,” the most difficult topics to teach and for students to absorb is the “Emerging Technology” section. That's because when we venture into the realm of cyborgism, cloning, artificial intelligence, and chimeras, black and white distinctions of right and wrong get cloudy.

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