Isn't It OK to Have an Abortion if the Baby Would Have Disabilities?

So in what case, whether severe or not, are we fit to judge whether a person deserves life or not?  On what basis do we judge that a case is too severe?  And why would this decision only be available before birth?  Shouldn’t the parents be allowed to kill their disabled child after they are born and they know it’s too harsh a condition?

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Too Many Kids?

Too Many Kids?

I have heard the “overpopulation” argument at nearly every campus we’ve visited.  I hear it not only from pro-choicers who think nothing’s wrong with abortion, but also from people who claim to be against it.  There are two major false assumptions made when this argument is used: first, that aborting preborn children would prevent them from being “brought into the world,” and second that overpopulation exists at all.  

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Athena’s eyes began to tear up as I spoke.

Athena’s eyes began to tear up as I spoke.

Athena’s case is one of many. High schoolers are fed the lie that sex has no consequences and that they can use abortion to solve their problems, not realizing that it will leave them as childless parents ridden with guilt. 

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Mexico's Champion for the Preborn

Mexico's Champion for the Preborn

"Each day we share the Gospel of Life with more than 70 women.  From among them, 50 change their mind about abortion. And the other 20 who do not, should not be seen as a failure.  While we know that they will have abortions and suffer, we have shared Christ with them, and are praying for them.  Surely the mercy of God will reach their hearts." Jorge Serrano Limon

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Day 5... “A Complete Turnaround”

Day 5... “A Complete Turnaround”

Relief, joy, gratitude, and excitement flooded my voice.  I thanked her for speaking up for the baby, for calling us, and for allowing us to help.  “B” said, “This is a miracle.  I am so grateful for your prayers, and your help. This would not have been possible without that package."

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I Was Doing Something Bigger Than Myself

I Was Doing Something Bigger Than Myself

A horror this widespread needs a VERY big army, obviously. I really wanted to fight in some way. I didn't know how. I knew that I wasn't good or smart enough to do activism. I thought that I could stay in the background and somehow help, so I decided to start as most people start off. I went to see how Survivors ProLife Boot Camp would go. I didn't know how in the heck I would help, but I had a simple plan: hold a sign and watch the smart people be awesome.

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Violent Pro-Abortion Professor Convicted and Sentenced for Attack

Violent Pro-Abortion Professor Convicted and Sentenced for Attack

"Ms. Miller-Young often decries stereotyping, but she is perfectly willing to let her supporters defend her by deploying the false stereotype of the loud, threatening, belligerent, anti-choice protester, when she knows very well that is not what she encountered that day, and that, indeed, she was the threatening and belligerent one.”

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Perseverance: Responding to Violence

 Perseverance: Responding to Violence

Hannah told police that she would accept an apology if the student was warned that assaulting people is a crime.  During what was supposed to be a short, supervised apology, the student began crying, confessed having had an abortion, and allowed Hannah to comfort and hug her.  Her violence was a result of deep pain she'd been suffering because of her abortion.

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