This article shows how you can reach out to women who have had an abortion.
This article shows that, grounded in God's mercy and love, Christians have a calling to stand for the unborn. Systematically refuting the arguments raised by pro-abortionists, the author shows that Christians have a role in defending the unborn and to fight against abortion through taking part in supporting and working together with pro-life organisations.
This article is about the good effect advancing abortion legislation can have.
This article highlights reasons why abortion is wrong.
This article provides direction to help those who minister the gospel to men whose child has been aborted.
This article offers advice for bringing the gospel to women who have had an abortion.
How can Christians take part in the fight against abortion? There are three things they can do: know the science, encourage adoption, and share the hope of the gospel.
Is your church pro-life? This article suggests that the pro-life matter should not be thought of as a strictly political or national, but as primarily relational.
This article offers eight biblical truths about abortion.
This article addresses the issue of abortion by showing from Scripture how highly God prioritizes children.
Abortion is a reality in our society. How does the church disciple her members to deal with this issue? This article points to three things which can be done to help members deal with this issue: develop a theology of "outcry," recognize fighting abortion as a social justice ministry, and teach members how to talk about it with one another and unbelievers.
This article is of value for those who have had or are considering an abortion, and for the church in learning how to respond to those who have had one and are sorrowful over it, whether inside or outside the church.
Do Christians have a case against abortion? This article draws from science, logic, history, and human rights to make the case against abortion.
This paper is a response to the pro-choice position on abortion. The paper addresses a number of popular arguments, evaluates some philosophical and theological arguments, and concerns itself with public policy with respect to abortion on demand.
Why should Christians stand against abortion? After defining what abortion is, this article gives biblical evidence for the pro-life position. It explains why abortion is wrong, gives statistics on abortion, and shows why Christians must stand up and speak out on ethical issues. It then shows how Christians can minister to those facing an abortion.
Why is abortion wrong? This article argues that the biblical teaching on adoption and the incarnation are in opposition to abortion.
This article looks at the impact of freedom of choice on the promotion of abortion, as well as the role feminism plays in promoting abortion. A call is made to the church and Christians in how they should react when facing such hostility. How must we evaluate this huge focus on choice in our society today?
What you will see here is something that was delivered to thousands of people in Canada. It got a lot of people talking... and quite a number of them screaming. It turns out the title was the cause of their conniptions - they thought the brochure was an attack on women. Of course the title was not meant to be taken seriously, but when it was explained that, rather than being an attack on women, this was a defense of the unborn.
When does life start? This article examines the scientific, biblical and theological views on this question.
This article considers the different aspects informing the Christian view on abortion. She first draws attention to how we view man. Is man valued in his relationship with God or can man be understood only in terms of his personal experience? She further reflects on views in the early church on abortion.
Why is abortion wrong? To answer this question another one must be asked: is the unborn a person? After arguing that the unborn is a person, this article concludes that the unborn, from the moment of conception, has a right to life that is on the same level as infants, children, and adults. Therefore, abortion is simply to end the life of another human being with equal rights and deserving of equal protection.
What is abortion? This paper gives a description of what abortion is, gives some references to relevant literature, literature, and provides some arguments from Scripture against the practice.
This paper is motivated by the appearance of two rather recent books on the issue of abortion, both written by Christians who disagree on the subject. The first, takes a pro-abortion position. The second takes an anti-abortion position. This paper offers some reflections on abortion, enlivened by these two Christian and yet very different sources. The author talks about politics and abortion, human rights and life as gift from God.
Many abortion advocates cite the example of the miscarried fetus (Exodus 21:22-23) to support their claim that the fetus is not a person. Fuller argues that nevertheless this argument, its logic and implications fail in the broader legal context of the ancient Near East and the covenant code of Exodus 20-Exodus 23.