The practical, political, and philosophical problems with putting the question of abortion to a vote of the people.
Do we wait for the silver bullet that will kill abortion, or do we keep chipping away at Roe? This may be one of the most important questions we have ever been asked.
“We have to be bold; we have to be obedient. Keep discipling your senators and representatives. Now is not the time to be quiet,” said Sen. Hamilton.
We find that those who refuse to co-labor in the work to abolish abortion tend to be ignoring the issue altogether.
It does not logically follow that because God gave us the ability to choose, God therefore approves of any choice we make.
If we are serious about saving lives and saving souls, then we must go beyond debating the nouns to living the verbs.
Eventually executives will have to block or cross the abortionist’s property line to uphold the higher laws. The Allies were trespassing at Auschwitz.
We witness women escorting their daughters in to murder their grandchildren, three generations go in, but only two come out.
There is never a reason to murder a preborn person by abortion. Does this statement make you feel uncomfortable? Do you find yourself thinking, “But what about life-threatening situations?”
Governor Stitt need not wait for the legislature or the court to give him permission to halt the bloodshed of abortion.
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