Baptist Press Censorship

I have obtained copy of an article on Texas H.B. 896 that was suppressed by the Baptist Press. Its suppression is odd for two reasons: 1) it is an article that would have helped bring attention to the only bill in American history to make it to a committee hearing that would have ENDED abortion […]

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Uber & Planned Parenthood: RU-48-Real?

The news in the ongoing fight over abortion has taken a strange turn in New York State. On a Reddit account about a month ago, an anonymous user who goes by the name Claire Montgomery and claims to be a sophomore at Cornell University (Ithaca, NY) claims that an Uber driver refused to take her […]

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In Which President Obama Becomes A Radical Pro Lifer

In Which President Obama Becomes a Radical Pro-Lifer

On Friday night as I was working on my sermon, I had the NPR station on rocking some classical music when the station took a break from its programming to give us the news. The piece was on the reaction over the botched execution in Oklahoma of Clayton Lockett. Lockett and two accomplices kidnapped Stephanie […]

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Should you take your mom out to mom's night out?

An Early Review of Moms’ Night Out

I’ve been known to have an upturned nose when it comes to Christian films. When talking about Christian films, I tend to default to Jay Sherman: I hated it. Let’s just face it. Christian films are terrible-mainly because Christian films are never really attempts to be films. Instead, they are usually overly-priced Gospel tracts. But […]

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Abortion Abolition is Not the Gospel

My Personal Philosophy Regarding the Abolition of Abortion I do not believe that any woman volitionally walking into an abortion clinic is a victim. I believe with every step she takes from her car to the abortuary door, and then inside the semi-sanitized death chamber, she is heaping up wrath for herself, for the day […]

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Getting a Seat at the Pro-Life Table: A Response to Clinton Wilcox and Jill Stanek

UPDATE: During the time of writing this blog, Clinton Wilcox postedAi??a responseAi??to his first post admitting that he has never seen Babies Are Murdered Here and should not have made the comparison. He has since from as far as we can tell, seen the first twenty minutes. In his response he claims we only offer […]

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40 Days for Life Stinks

40 Days for Life Stinks There. I said it. Let the evangelical world hear this loudly and clearly: 40 Days for Life is not a Christian organization. It’s not. I know there are some professing Christians involved. I understand that it’s supported by 16,500 churches. I think it’s religiously motivated. And I also know that […]

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