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Game-changer questions every pro-lifer should ask about the Guttmacher report

By Sarah Quale — Now that the celebrations surrounding the latest Guttmacher abortion report have settled down, it’s time to look past the rhetoric on both sides and uncover what’s really going on. May this discovery be a wake-up call for you and I to begin to proactively address the realities on the ground.

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Personhood: Multiple fronts on the 21st-century battleground

By Sarah Quale — Personhood is a legal strategy, a moral philosophy, and a cultural movement that’s rooted in both faith and reason. Personhood is our only consistent defense against all direct attacks on human life and human dignity that have happened, are happening, and will happen in the future. So what are those attacks, specifically? What does personhood look like on the ground? Is it practical, and does it have any chance of actually advancing in America?

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First sanctuary county in America reflects a new pro-life strategy

By Sarah Quale — On August 19, 2019, the Yadkin County Board of Commissioners in Yadkinville, North Carolina, passed a resolution to become the nation’s first sanctuary county to protect pre-born children from abortion. The resolution is the first step in a larger, three-pronged strategy put forth by the Personhood Alliance that is calling the pro-life movement back its roots and replicating the approach of early Christians in shifting the culture.

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Inside the non-human personhood movement: My time with Peter Singer

By guest blogger Dan Becker — The non-human personhood movement openly declares the Christian worldview as abominable and promotes a godless philosophy that, as history has shown, has deadly implications. I had the chance to sit down with an admired leader in this movement, and what I found was truly eye-opening.

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Men and abortion: The paternal paradox

By Sarah Quale — No uterus, no opinion? Not so fast. Men’s roles in abortion are varied, and society’s standards for fathers and men’s voices are contradictory and complex. To understand their involvement in abortion, and the repercussions that result, we need to examine the paternal paradox…

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Eugenics in 2019: Forced abortion for the disabled

By guest blogger Drew Hymer — A British judge has ordered a woman with learning disabilities to undergo an abortion against her will because the judge and the experts at the National Health Services have deemed it “in the best interest” of the mother and her child.

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How libraries are being used to corrupt children and what you can do about it

By Sarah Quale — Drag queen story hours are popping up in libraries across the country. Are they isolated events or part of a larger, intentional movement to destroy God’s design for the human person? A small library in a southern Maryland town provides some insight into how this battle has advanced, who’s behind it, how it’s funded, and what local communities can do to effectively respond.

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What is personhood?

By Gualberto Garcia Jones, Esq.,—What is legal personhood? It is the cornerstone of our fundamental human rights, but what does it look like, and why is its impact so catastrophic for the culture of death?

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