“On our third trash investigation we also found bloody canulas and human tissue distinguishably not a baby, except this time we also discovered infant body parts, including arms, hands, legs, feet, a spine, a ribcage, and eyes.[click to continue...]
In 1965, the agenda-driven American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology (ACOG) changed the definition of when life begins. They did this in a deliberate effort to rationalize birth control pills.
Prior to 1965, every medical textbook knew life began at fertilization. “Fertilization” and “conception,” meant the same thing.[click to continue...]
The very fact that she could not legally procure an abortion, and her ability to sign her name to a piece of paper to start her case were all Weddington and Coffee really needed from her. This is what Ms. McCorvey told me.
They had their eyes on a Supreme Court case before they even filed the case locally in Dallas. We all know how it played out, legally.[click to continue...]
One half of all Christian men and one-in-five Christian women admit they are addicted to pornography.
If you’re in that camp of porn addicts, you’re not alone. There is a way out.
Hitzel describes why he did so in the film. He describes the thought of becoming infected with HIV as a “gift.” He says it seemed like the biggest prize, wrapped with the biggest bow.
Only, in the end, he realizes how empty the promise was. He concludes the documentary saying, “I just can’t believe that it seemed like a livable thing to me—there was no benefit in this (bug chasing)—and that’s just what really needs to be said.”[click to continue...]
On the question, is making out before marriage a sin, the answer would appear to be in the negative. After all, no intercourse is taking place, and so it would seem as though it does not violate the Sixth Commandment (“Thou shall not commit adultery” [Ex 20:14]).[click to continue...]
“Lambeth has delivered a fatal blow to marriage, to motherhood, to fatherhood, to the family and to morality,” wrote James Douglas, editor of London’s Sunday Express.
— New York Times, August 17, 1930, pg. 5, col. 1.
“The abortionist knows he has crushed the skull when a white substance comes out of the cervix: this was the baby’s brains,” Dr. Levatino explains.[click to continue...]
Is using contraception a mortal sin?
Given its popularity among Christians, even Catholics, the answer could help determine the eternal fate of so many of its users.[click to continue...]
Those in the abortion industry who publicly stump for their baby-killing ways come to mind. Not only are they unwilling to stop themselves, but their guilt for their misdeeds compels them to justify themselves for everyone to hear.
It is the Big Lie they tell themselves. They repeat to themselves over and over, almost convincing themselves it is true.[click to continue...]