Life on the Web - May 18, 2018

By Lowell Highby

Date: May 18, 2018

Category: Abortion, Family Living, End-of-Life, Adoption, International, Worldview and Culture, Crisis Pregnancy

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Only One Question by Greg Koukl


The Dramatic Impact of a Time-Honored Practice by Bradley Mattes

Crisis Pregnancy

South Bend’s Mayor Blocks a Non-Profit Center for Pregnant Women by Alexandra Desanctis


Guernsey rejects assisted suicide

Doctors Said This 6-Year-Old Girl Was “Brain Dead” After a Car Wreck, Now She’s Walking Again by Micaiah Bilger

Where is Jesus when a Child Dies? by Ragan Ewing

Family Living

Video: Where Do I Go: With My Anxiety? by Pastor Mark Jeske (Time of Grace)

What kind of legacy are you imparting to your children? by Carey Appling


Six facts you need to know about Ireland’s upcoming abortion vote by Jonathon van Maren

What Ireland’s Vote On The Abortion Referendum Means For Them And Us by John Sweeney - "If the Eighth Amendment is repealed, Ireland will take a giant leap backwards, ironically in the name of progress."

Worldview and Culture

Pregnant Broadway actress loses baby after NYC car crash killed her daughter by Matt Richardson - "The death of the unborn child will go unpunished, however, as state homicide legislation applies only after a baby is born, thus preventing prosecutors from adding further charges."

5 Lessons for pro-lifers from Mother Teresa by Alithea Williams

A Public School Smears a Pro-Life Guest Speaker, Then Admits It Lied by Ryan Bomberger

Pro-Life Speaker Gets Jacked Around by Public High School by Peter Heck

Forgetting the Holocaust - Inexcusable Ignorance of the Past by Eric Metaxas & Roberto Rivera - "In the 1930s and 40s, six million Jews perished at the hands of the Nazis. But amazingly, this would be news to many among us."

Why We Don’t Read Newspapers by R. Emmett Tyrrell, Jr.

Little Books of the Prairie by Ramona V. Tausz

The Real Reason Young People Are Leaving The Church by Matt Walsh

Concordia College Alabama closes: “Nevertheless,” Dr. Rosa J. Young’s legacy continues by Pamela Nielsen