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Abortion and Conscience

Perhaps I am going about this post the wrong way. It has several items in it (audio, video, links to articles) and I do not want you to lose interest. On the other hand, I do not want to spread them out and have you lose your place. So, I will keep them together.

First, I have written an article at "Piltdown Superman" discussing the relationship between evolutionary thinking and how it encourages abortion. I hope you will indulge me and click here to read it.

Second, here is a 1-1/2 minute audio from Ken Ham at Answer in Genesis discussing the link between evolution and abortion (or click here if the embed fails):




Third, here is an article by Tony Perkins at Answers in Genesis:
The abortion debate is far more than a mere political issue. It strikes at the heart of every society. Without the light of God’s Word upholding the sanctity of human life, Western nations lose all respect for the sanctity of the unborn.

Having grown up in a Christian home and having accepted Jesus Christ as my personal Savior at the age of nine, I just assumed that I was pro-life, even though I can’t recall ever hearing a sermon on the topic. After all, I thought, aren’t all good Christians pro-life?

In the summer of 1992, I came face to face with the realization that being pro-life was more than a slogan on a bumper sticker—it was an understanding that what some have relegated to a mere political issue is in fact at the very nexus of a God-honoring, just society.
For the rest of  "Fighting Abortion—The Measure of a Just Society", click here. But come back here when you're done, OK?


Fourth (yes, I know, I'm giving you quite a bit), there is a podcast that I discussed in an article at "Stormbringer's Thunder". After the introduction, there is a direct link to the MP3. (You may wish to pull my trick with most lengthy audio materials, download them and play at accelerated speed). Click here for "Strong Arguments for Pro-Lifers". But come back here when you're done, OK?

Finally, I am going to make another demand on your time. Below is the "180 Movie" on abortion that was released on September 26, 2011. Not only am I asking you to spend about half an hour to watch it, but to forward the link to this article. No, I don't have anything useful of my own, but the video and other materials are important. Are you ready? Here is the video:

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