Life on the Web - May 21, 2018

By Lowell Highby

Date: May 20, 2018

Category: Abortion, Family Living, Bioethics, End-of-Life, Fetal Development, Political, International, Orphan Care, Worldview and Culture

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Abortion

REPORT: China Will Likely End ‘Two Child’ Policy This Year by Jack Crowe

“Prioritizing bodily autonomy” means it’s ok to abort children with disabilities, father of child with disabilities insists by Dave Andrusko

White abortion activists scream at black pro-life student: you’re "racist, sexist" by Calvin Freiburger

Bioethics

Untangling Assisted Reproductive Technology - Some Clear Moral Stands by John Stonestreet & G. Shane Morris - "Sometimes premarital counseling includes conversations about having children. But what about conversations about not being able to have children?"

End-of-Life

Vandals Destroy Memorial Dedicated to Alfie Evans by Steven Ertelt

Family Living

Video: Dad Flips Out Over Pregnancy Announcement

Fetal Development

The Miracle of Life, as seen through the Eyes of Children by Maria Gallagher

Owen's Mission

International

Political Party Suspends Pro-Life Member of Ireland Parliament Because She Opposes Legalizing Abortion by Micaiah Bilger

Orphan Care

Leave No One Orphaned by Kathryn Jean Lopez

Political

Here’s How To Take Down Planned Parenthood Now That Trump Landed A Punch by Willis L. Krumholz - "The new regulation is a bigger blow to Planned Parenthood than anything establishment Republicans have ever done. But much more action is needed."

Minnesota gov. vetoes bill requiring abortionists to offer ultrasounds to women by Calvin Freiburger 

Pro-Life Groups Stand Up in Congress for Women Victimized by Sex Trafficking by Katie Franklin

Worldview and Culture

5 Ways America's Success is Ruining Our Culture by John Hawkins

What Contempt For Prayer After Mass Shootings Says About Our Society by Stephen Roberts - "Texas Gov. Greg Abbott joined in: ‘We need to do more than just pray for the victims and the families...[but] step up and make sure this tragedy is never repeated.’"

Are Americans Too Attached to Their Pets? by Clay Routledge

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