Articles categorized as Abortion
Current infertility and procreation practices suggest a profound crisis in how we understand the significance of human life.
There’s no easy way to criticize such an intimate essay—but critical reflection is, I think, necessary.
As states push for pro-choice protections, Christians have a growing obligation to defend the lives of babies born as “burdens.”
I don’t think her view is absurd, and raises real issues that if we thought about for a hot minute might provide new avenues and arguments for a pro-life view.
For the pro-lifer, there is no clearer instance of the marginalized, the voiceless, and the vulnerable than in the womb.
But the truth is there has never been a pro-life case for voting for Donald Trump. And his comments on abortion at the final debate last week demonstrated that Trump doesn’t care much about pro-life issues — and that he doesn’t know much about them, either.
The practice of treating infant bodies as products in a transaction should itself shock us, regardless of who profits from it.
Does the number of embryo deaths imperil the pro-life position?
The complex relationship of procreation, gender differences, and reproductive impulses that is heterosexual marriage exists “pre-politically.”