Tag Archives: abortion

Arguments on TX abortion regulations bill heard | Baptist Press

NEW ORLEANS (BP) — In what could be a precedent-setting case, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit heard arguments in Whole Woman’s Health v. Lakey, Jan. 7, part of the ongoing legal challenges contesting the 2013 Texas … Continue reading

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Gift of ultrasounds reaps life-saving benefits | Baptist Press

NASHVILLE (BP) — An Arizona woman’s unambiguous response to the first view of her baby offers only one of many life-saving reasons for the existence of the Psalm 139 Project. A mobile unit operated by Arizona Baptist Children’s Services is … Continue reading

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Pro-life measures on ballots in TN, ND | Baptist Press

NASHVILLE (BP) — Evangelical Christians and others are urging voters to approve constitutional amendments Nov. 4 in Tennessee and North Dakota aimed at protecting the lives of expectant mothers and their unborn children. In Tennessee, Amendment 1 would establish constitutional … Continue reading

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Francis Schaeffer ‘indispensable’ to SBC | Baptist Press

NASHVILLE (BP) — The late Francis Schaeffer was known to pick up the phone during the early years of the Southern Baptist Convention’s conservative resurgence. Paige Patterson knew to expect a call from Schaeffer around Christmas with the question, “You’re … Continue reading

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George Whitefield, Slavery, and Southern Seminary: Growing Baptist Recognition | SBC Voices

Last week, (Oct. 21-22), Southern Baptist Theological Seminary held the 8th Annual Andrew Fuller Center for Baptist Studies Conference on Whitefield and the Great Awakening. This year celebrates the 300th anniversary of Whitefield’s birth. Like many Evangelicals, Whitefield (1714-1770) has … Continue reading

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Churches Speaking for the Unborn | TGC | Kingdom People

The abortion debate is heating up in my home state of Tennessee. In a few weeks, voters will affirm or reject this amendment to the state Constitution: Nothing in this Constitution secures or protects a right to abortion or requires the … Continue reading

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Are Christians Commanded to Change the Culture? | Answers in Genesis

The United States Supreme Court and gay marriage are in the news again. News media reported on the latest “non-ruling” by the Supreme Court: The Supreme Court on Monday turned away appeals from five states looking to prohibit gay marriage, … Continue reading

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How to End the Media Blackout of the Gosnell Case TODAY—Alan Cross

Reblogged from DownshoreDrift I wrote about this the other day, but the Media-Bias-Blackout of the Gosnell Abortion/Infanticide case in Philadelphia continues, by and large. Kirsten Powers wrote about it on Wednesday for the USA Today and she asked the questions … Continue reading

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The Great American Worldview Exercise — The 2012 Election

American presidential elections are the world’s most public display of the democratic process. The global media follow the American elections with a fervor that is easily understood — what happens in an American presidential election matters all over the world. … Continue reading

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Rape, Abortion and Politics

I live in Missouri. Rep. Todd Akin is my US Congressman. I’ve known Todd very personally since 1989 when our family homeschooled our young children alongside several of Todd’s children. Our families have been socially connected through all these years.

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