For those who may be relatively new to this blog, ProLife365.com, this post is for you. I wanted to share with you some of my most popular posts to date. These were determined by YOU, my dear readers.
Please stick around at the end, as I want to know which posts you have enjoyed the most so far.
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HERE ARE SEVERAL OF MY MOST POPULAR POSTS THUS FAR:
The title is pretty self-explanatory. I open my heart and share the pain I have experienced in losing five of our children from miscarriages.
“Woman Films Her Own Abortion – How Not to Respond” (May 7, 2014)
You remember Emily Letts, don’t you? The young woman you supposedly filmed her own abortion. (I am not convinced she actually did so.) In my May 7th post, I suggested how we in the pro-life movement ought not to respond.
The woman who keynoted Ku Klux Klan rallies remains an American hero to this day for the Culture of Death. The nation’s largest abortion chain, Planned Parenthood, tries to ignore her blatant racism. Don’t be fooled. Check out these quotes from this demonic woman.
“This Fertility Clinic Biologist May Be the Father to 600 Children!” (August 25, 2014)
The immorality that encompasses in vitro fertilization and similar practices has been a topic on this blog several times. This post on that topic has been the most popular to date. A man is estimated to have 600 biological children, after inseminating his female patients with his own sperm!
“12 Contrary Beliefs the Culture of Death Wants You to Hold” (August 27, 2014)
Logic and the proponents of the Culture of Death do not go together. In this popular post from the past, I lay out 12 contradictory theories they want us all to hold at the same time.
“NFP: Not a Way of Life, But a Last Resort” (July 21, 2014)
In July the US Conference of Catholic Bishops sponsored a Natural Family Planning Awareness Week. I could not resist, so I wrote three posts that week concerning NFP. This one here was my first such post, and by far my most popular post to date. The title is self-explanatory.
Also, later that week, I made a case for practicing providentialism (instead of NFP, or birth control). I also took issue with a popular Catholic author, radio host, and speaker, who has called for all Catholics couples to be required to practice NFP.
Okay, I would like to know which posts of mine you have enjoyed the most so far.
What types of posts or topics do you want to see more of in the future?
Please share below!