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Adult Stem Cells Hammer the Sickle Sep 30, 2010

Category: Bioethics

From Washington Update (Family Research Council): September is National Sickle Cell Awareness Month. And most people don't realize that one in every 500 African-Americans has the disease. Sickle cell anemia is a serious, life-threatening blood... ... Continue Reading

Evangelical Christians are gravely concerned about the family, and this is good and necessary. But our credibility on the issue of marriage is significantly discounted by our acceptance of divorce. To our shame, the culture war is not the only... ... Continue Reading

When I read that Arkansas abortionist William Harrison had died Friday at the age of 75, I thought of his family, for whom his death must be a grievous blow, the enthusiasm with which he lambasted pro-lifers as "right-wing crazies," and two very... ... Continue Reading

Jeanne Monahan: RU-486: Ten Years LaterSep 28, 2010

Category: Abortion, Bioethics

Today, September 28, 2010, marks the ten-year anniversary of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) approval of Mifepristone (popularly known as RU-486). RU-486 is the only drug the FDA has approved for the sole intention of inducing... ... Continue Reading

Nancy Pearcey: Why Pro-Abortion is Anti-ScienceSep 28, 2010

Category: Abortion, Bioethics

Now is the time to turn the tables and make the case that it’s the pro-abortion stance that is actually anti-science. Read more ... ... Continue Reading

Mike Adams: Searching for BonhoefferSep 28, 2010

Category: General, Sharing the Message of Lutherans For Life

During the 1990s, “seeker-friendly” churches began popping up everywhere. Most were non-denominational churches looking to reach those who fell between the cracks and divides that separate many of our traditional denominations. These... ... Continue Reading

China's One-Child Policy after 30 YearsSep 28, 2010

Category: Abortion

When China introduced its drastic population controls, officials promised that it would lift them after 30 years - an anniversary which falls this weekend. Malcolm Moore talks to families about what the one-child policy has meant to them. Read... ... Continue Reading

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