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The Biblical Case Against IVF

Current infertility and procreation practices suggest a profound crisis in how we understand the significance of human life.

Neonatal euthanasia in the New York Times

There’s no easy way to criticize such an intimate essay—but critical reflection is, I think, necessary.

Infanticide debate reflects a new era for abortion politics

As states push for pro-choice protections, Christians have a growing obligation to defend the lives of babies born as “burdens.”

Why that Princeton prof’s argument for early abortion isn’t entirely stupid

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.

People criticize pro-lifers for focusing so much on abortion. But there’s a reason we do.

For the pro-lifer, there is no clearer instance of the marginalized, the voiceless, and the vulnerable than in the womb.

Pro-lifers who support Donald Trump are kidding themselves — and hurting the movement

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 system behind abortion: Planned Parenthood’s dehumanizing rhetoric

The practice of treating infant bodies as products in a transaction should itself shock us, regardless of who profits from it.

On the number of zygote deaths and the meaning of pro-life

Does the number of embryo deaths imperil the pro-life position?

The choice of children: the logic of gay marriage and abortion

The complex relationship of procreation, gender differences, and reproductive impulses that is heterosexual marriage exists “pre-politically.”