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Pro-Life Activist Lauren Handy Sentenced to Almost Five Years in Prison

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A Letter from Prison

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It's My Party!

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Pilgrimage of Hope

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Lawmakers Repeal Arizona’s Strong Pro-life Protections

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France Constitutionally Enshrines Abortion

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Tinker Bell Rides Again

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NEWSworthy: Lawmakers Repeal Arizona’s Strong Pro-life Protections

    Pro-abortion Arizona Republicans joined with Democrats to repeal the state’s strong pro-life protections. Several pro-abortion Republicans took up GOP Senate candidate Kari Lake’s demand to weaken the law, in place since 1864, that basically completely banned...
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NEWSworthy: France Constitutionally Enshrines Abortion

    On March 4 I received an Apple News alert on my phone. There was an image of the Eiffel Tower lit up and a headline noting, “France Becomes First Country in World to Enshrine Abortion in Constitution.” The historic landmark was lit up with the words, “My Body, My...
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Tinker Bell Rides Again

  There’s a new pro-abortion placard being waved at rallies. It reads: My Mind My Choice (italics theirs). Perhaps a defensive tactic against the pro-life “winning hearts and minds” strategy (proving increasingly overly optimistic considering the apparent shortage of hearts and...
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The Defiant Children of Ahab

  Ahab was the seventh king of Israel. The Bible describes him as a wicked ruler. He was married to Jezebel who persuaded him to abandon Yahweh and establish the religion of Baal. So defiant was Ahab in his apostasy that he had inscribed on all the doors in the city of Samaria...
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“I Have Called You Friends”

    “It is not enough that I succeed; everyone else must fail.” Google attributes this quote to a Mongol conqueror of the 12th and 13th centuries, though how Google would know baffles me: I can’t find one blog or social media post signed Genghis Khan. Seriously, the...
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A PASTOR’S LETTER TO A CHURCH MEMBER WHO IS TEMPTED BY ABORTION

  The following letter involves fictional characters and circumstances. It is written to encourage, that is, to bolster the courage of those tempted by abortion—including their pastors. (PTS)  __________________________ Dear Karin: God’s grace and peace to you and yours. I...
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The Business of Family Planning

  The global contraceptives market was estimated to be $22 billion in 2016  and...
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Abortion and the Conscience of the Nation

  THE 10TH ANNIVERSARY of the Supreme Court decision in Roe v. Wade is a good...
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ARCHIVE SPOTLIGHT: “HIDDEN ROOTS” by Harold O.J. Brown

Harold O. J. Brown, Ph.D., was a long-time Human Life Review contributor, an...
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BOOKNOTES: WHAT IT MEANS TO BE HUMAN: THE CASE FOR THE BODY IN PUBLIC BIOETHICS

  WHAT IT MEANS TO BE HUMAN: THE CASE FOR THE BODY IN PUBLIC BIOETHICS O. Carter...
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