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Steve Jobs on Abortion and Adoption

| July 21, 2014

Post Author: Bill Pratt  I’ve been reading the Steve Jobs biography by Walter Isaacson and came across one of the saddest cases of moral confusion I’ve seen in a long time. Jobs is in his mid-twenties and is sleeping with a girl named Chrisann Brennan. They aren’t married, of course, because Jobs wasn’t interested. As long as […]

Responses to 6 Common Pro-Choice Arguments – Part 3

| February 17, 2014

Post Author: Bill Pratt  In part 3, we review responses to arguments 5 and 6. Again, our guide through these responses to common pro-abortion arguments will be Mike Adams, author of Letters to a Young Progressive. Adams addresses the abortion issue in Letter 8 of his book. Argument 5: “It is wrong for a woman to be forced […]

Responses to 6 Common Pro-Choice Arguments – Part 2

| February 14, 2014

Post Author: Bill Pratt  In part 2, we pick up at argument 3. Again, our guide through these responses to common pro-abortion arguments will be Mike Adams, who authored Letters to a Young Progressive. Adams addresses the abortion issue in Letter 8 of his book. Argument 3: “It is wrong to force a woman to bring an unwanted […]

Responses to 6 Common Pro-Choice Arguments – Part 1

| February 12, 2014

Post Author: Bill Pratt  The central question in the abortion debate is the following: “What is the unborn?” If the unborn are human, then every pro-choice argument collapses. It’s that simple. To see how this works, we are going to look at 6 common pro-choice arguments and see how to respond to them. Our guide […]

How Incredible Is the Growth of a Fetus?

| November 25, 2011

Post Author: Bill Pratt Please spend 10 minutes watching this talk by Alexander Tsiaras where he takes the audience through a visualization of the growth of a human being from conception to birth.  It is truly amazing! 

What Would Kant Say About Abortion?

| November 15, 2011

Post Author: Bill Pratt Immanuel Kant is a famous philosopher who lived in the eighteenth century.  One of Kant’s most lasting contributions to philosophy was in the field of ethics.  He believed that moral laws could be derived from reason, and that all immoral behavior was, therefore, unreasonable or irrational. Kant argued for the idea of […]

Why Should Abortion Be Legal?

| November 2, 2011

Post Author: Bill Pratt According to Dr. Wendy Savage of Doctors For A Woman’s Choice On Abortion, on a recent edition of Unbelievable?, the reason that abortion should be legal is: Women, throughout recorded history, have always wanted to be able to have abortions. Women will procure abortions whether they are legal or not. Illegal […]

Have You Signed the Manhattan Declaration Yet?

| October 19, 2010

Post Author: Bill Pratt Almost one year ago, I wrote a short blog post asking our readers to sign a document called the Manhattan Declaration.  Why am I back again asking you to sign?  Because we need more of you to participate. So far, the declaration has gathered 476,000 signatures – impressive, but not enough.  […]

Are All Sins Equal? Part 2

| January 13, 2010

Post Author: Bill Pratt So we’ve seen that the Bible does teach that some sins are more serious than others and that some virtues are greater than others.  There is a moral law hierarchy.  But what does this practically mean? First, let’s look at debates over public policy.  When determining where to focus your efforts […]

Manhattan Declaration

| November 25, 2009

Post Author: Bill Pratt Recently, a group of 152 Christian leaders from Roman Catholicism, Eastern Orthodoxy, and Protestantism came together to sign a declaration that states in clear terms Christian support for the sanctity of life, traditional marriage, and religious freedom – all of which are under attack in the United States and around the […]

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