Baptists, Catholics oppose D.C. laws

ADF attorneys may appeal ruling forcing Christian college to provide access to abortion pills

ADF to European Parliament: UK ‘three-parent embryo’ legislation illegal

West Virginia State House passes ban on abortions after 20 weeks

Iowa Supreme Court to hear challenge to Iowa law banning webcam abortions next month

What’s the right remedy in King v. Burwell?

How Obamacare supporters are plotting to win over Anthony Kennedy

Has a woman aborted her baby because it’s a boy?

Judicial death and the church: Assisted suicide in Canada

    Juicy Ecumenism: Canada’s top court has effectively overturned its nation’s laws against assisted suicide, overriding longstanding legislation of Canada’s elected representatives and a thousand years of Common Law, not to mention even more ancient understandings about human life rooted in millennia of Jewish and Christian teaching, which is no little thing. But fully self-actualized philosopher kings and queens in judicial robes may do so cavalierly, because they are the vanguard of the ever progressing radically autonomous individual, who is subject to no normative reality and may endlessly reimagine truth contingent only on need.


  • Posted: 02/11/2015
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  • Category: Global: Sanctity of Life
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  • Source: juicyecumenism.com

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Men should have no say on abortion? Then why are 57% of abortion doctors men?

Group provides women free “abortion doulas” to take them to their abortions

Abortion ‘safer than giving birth’, claims BPAS

Assisted suicide Bill rejected by Colorado lawmakers

Disabled CEO urges MSPs not to legalise assisted suicide

Supreme Court rules Canadians have right to doctor-assisted suicide

Canadian court kills ban on doctor-assisted suicide

New D.C. laws violate religious liberty, leaders say

Religious groups say new DC laws violate their constitutional freedoms

High Price for Pro-Life Family: The Stormans family needs your help

Four reasons for hope in the Scottish midwives case

Canada’s highest court has overturned ban on assisted suicide

Fewest Americans satisfied with abortion policies since 2001

A “significant drop” in sex-selective abortions in India and Nepal

New Gallup numbers an unmitigated disaster for pro-abortionists

South Korean pastor’s ‘drop box’ saves hundreds of unwanted, but ‘perfect’ lives

ADF leads battle against Congress to protect pro-lifers

Could two new laws suffocate the Catholic Church in DC?

Religious groups say new D.C. laws violate constitutional freedoms

12 Year old ‘brain dead’ boy breathing on his own after Texas hospital tried to end life support against parent’s wishes

Assisted suicide law ‘could create a Dr Shipman’

Hospice, defend yourself!

Missouri’s only abortion clinic failed inspections twice

West Virginia committee passes ban on abortions after 20 weeks

Court says religious non-profits need not identify their insurers to HHS

Canada strikes down ban on assisted suicide, says it violates right to life

No contraception mandate for Christian ministry

Dad refuses to give up newborn son with Down syndrome

Boy in coma starts breathing after doctors declare him “brain dead,” try to remove life support

Right to Life denied peek at family planning documents

Conservative, Catholic groups urge members of Congress to overturn D.C. bills

Conservatives unite to protect religious freedom

ADF to Congress: DC must abandon bills coercing organizations against their missions

Lawsuit seeks to legalize doctor-assisted suicide for terminally ill patients in New York

States scramble to tighten vaccine laws

Texas boy in coma starts breathing after doctors insist he’s ‘brain dead’

New life, new hope for youngster in coma

Embryos with three parents? The risks are yet to come, critics warn

Anxiety over Supreme Court’s latest dive into health care

President Obama, words, deeds, and religion in America

The suffering brothers and sisters of aborted children

UK Parliament okays ‘three-parent babies.’ Is US next?

Judge rules mother of six who has learning disabilities can be forcibly sterilized

Vaccines and abortion? The links are cloudy and complicated

Canadian disability rights activist implores Supreme Court not to strike down Canada’s laws prohibiting assisted suicide

Vaccines and aborted human fetal tissue

    ERLC: The recent debates about whether Christians should vaccinate their children have once again raised questions about the use of vaccines that have been morally tainted by the use of cell cultures derived from aborted fetal tissue in the manufacturing of vaccines. This is such an important issue and we felt it warranted its own article to address some of the questions around the science and morality of the use of fetal tissue in vaccines.


  • Posted: 02/05/2015
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  • Category: Sanctity of Life
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  • Source: erlc.com

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Ginsburg voices concerns about abortion rights, campaign finance

Three-parent babies: an ethical boundary is being crossed

Friends of court draw battle lines ahead of health care arguments

Colorado’s ‘death with dignity’ bill is a lie, bishop warns

Combating a culture of death

The death penalty is ‘cruel and unusual punishment,’ but you can starve patients to death

No, it’s not ‘childish’ to insist on a reporting requirement for late-term abortions

MPs vote in favour of ‘three-person embryo’ law

Good news: The next generation is pro-life on abortion

Among young Christians, moral discomfort with birth control grows

Court hears Nun’s Network’s religious freedom case

UK House of Commons OKs making babies from DNA of 3 people

Thomas More Society wins defense of pro-life advocate’s free speech rights

MPs back GM babies despite safety and ethical concerns