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8 Articles on Abortion and the Pro-Life Cause

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Intersect has published hundreds of articles in 2019, tackling everything from Kanye to genetics. One of the topics we addressed most often in 2019 was abortion. Today, we highlight 8 Intersect articles on abortion and the pro-life cause.

You can nominate any of these for our 2019 Reader’s Choice Awards — and be entered to win 6 FREE books plus 2 FREE tickets to our upcoming conference, “Science and the Christian Faith: Moments that Shaped History.”


Set the Little Ones Free

Jonathan Darville | What does it mean to be human? Are we accidents, illusions, or masterpieces? This is the identity question many of us have asked at some point in life. And how we answer this one question, consciously or unconsciously, will determine how we value and treat one another. Read More.


Will abortion laws ever change?

Will Abortion Laws Ever Change?

Jonathan Darville | While laws might not change human hearts, they can change unjust human actions. As Martin Luther King Jr. said: “It may be true that the law cannot make a man love me, but it can keep him from lynching me, and I think that’s pretty important.” Likewise, it may be true that the law cannot make people love unborn children, but it can keep people from aborting them, and that is pretty important. Read More.


Does God Forgive Those Who’ve Had Abortions?

Jonathan Darville | You see, forgiveness, like life, is a gift. It cannot be earned, only given. And in Christ, God has freely offered a complete forgiveness and healing from all sins, not just the sin of abortion. Read More.


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Is a Fetus Really a Person?

Jonathan Darville | Humanness and personhood have a synchronized beginning, at conception. Humans are persons by nature. And in a moral universe, it is never justified to intentionally and unnecessarily take the life of an innocent unborn moral being. Read More.


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The Hard Truth About Abortion

Joel Ohman | The slogan, “My Body, My Choice,” betrays a tragic misunderstanding of what is taking place inside the womb. At no point in pregnancy is the developing embryo or fetus simply a part of the mother’s body, as a number of clear biological facts and all sorts of legal precedents indicate. It’s a hard truth for many to hear though. The body inside your body is not your body. Read More.


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Practical Tips to Live Out Your Pro-Life Convictions

Sara Beth Fentress | Being pro-life is about taking a stand against abortion. It absolutely involves giving a baby the opportunity to be born. But being pro-life shouldn’t stop after birth. We want to see each child flourish for the amount of days he or she has been given on earth. We are both against abortion and for the orphan, widow, refugee and the vulnerable — and these two do not contradict. We advocate for human dignity from conception to death. Read More.


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Abortion Is a Man’s Issue, Too

Drew Ham | A few years ago I wrote an article titled “81%.” The article highlighted the following statistic: 81% of women who had an abortion said they would not have aborted if the man involved had been supportive. Here is another statistic I want to share: 100% of abortions involve a male. Read More.


Pro-Lifers, Don’t Forget to Speak Life Online

Jenn Hesse | As I scrolled through the litany of rants, feeling my emotions seethe with righteous indignation, it occurred to me that something was missing. In the midst of these impassioned social media declarations, I saw few messages conveying compassion toward women and encouraging them to carry their babies to term. Read More.


You can nominate any of these for our 2019 Reader’s Choice Awards — and be entered to win 6 FREE books plus 2 FREE tickets to our upcoming conference, “Science and the Christian Faith: Moments that Shaped History.”

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