Pro-Life Movement

Faith groups react to claims famed anti-abortion activist was paid to switch sides

"...according to a new documentary on her life, 'AKA Jane Roe,' which premieres Friday on FX, McCorvey made a startling claim during a 'deathbed confession' delivered in 2017: She was paid to embrace the anti-abortion movement.' - RNS

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Hallmark backtracks on its censorship of Unplanned

"After Hallmark scrubbed all mentions of the pro-life film Unplanned from a recent broadcast, pro-life advocates grew outraged. The star of Unplanned, Ashley Bratcher, first revealed that all references to the film had been removed from Hallmark's broadcast of the Movieguide Awards, even though Unplanned was nominated for awards in three categories." - W.Examiner

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Senate prepares to act on two pro-life bills

"Pro-life advocates in the U.S. Senate will try again Feb. 24 to gain passage of protections for unborn babies late in their mothers' pregnancies and newborns who survive abortions -- something they have been unable to do the last two years. ​​​​​.... the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act and the Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act" - BPNews

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Record Number of Pro-Lifers Join Marches to Kick off 2020

"In Colorado, thousands attended the 'Celebrate Life' march to rally against late-term abortions. . . .approximately 9,000 people appeared in Chicago to protest their beliefs in the 'March for Life Chicago.' In 2014, only 1,000 showed to the event. This year’s theme was "Life empowers: Pro-life is Pro-Woman.'" - Christian Headlines

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The Pro-Life Movement Is on the Right Side of History and Science

By David Gunn

Recent events have thrust the issue of abortion back into the public spotlight. Now the culture war’s battle lines are being redrawn in familiar places as pundits, partisans, and politicians line up to yell at and talk past one another. That’s unfortunate, because this issue deserves to be treated much more seriously than the political football it has become. We’re not talking about the stuff of mundane political discourse. This isn’t about marginal tax rates, trade policy, or property rights. This is about the taking of innocent human life. Even from an irreligious perspective, what more fundamental human concern could there be than that?

Conservatives are often accused of being on the “wrong side of history.” The argument goes like this: conservative values and ideals are quickly becoming outmoded, and eventually society will look back on conservative social norms with the same derision we now reserve for such historical misdeeds as slavery and institutionalized misogyny. Occasionally, there might even be a grain of truth in this line of thinking—after all, William F. Buckley once defined a conservative as someone “who stands athwart history, yelling ‘Stop!’” That’s because conservatives believe that in many cases what society calls progress is in all actuality a foolhardy march toward self-destruction. “There is a way that seems right to a man,” King Solomon wrote, “but its end is the way of death” (Prov. 14:12).

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