““Only one of the babies survived, and she is now a teenager. I love her. I’m glad I have her. But I have agonized over those 10 frozen embryos ever since. Apologists for the Sexual Revolution might say that this man’s guilt is a problem created by the last vestiges of religion. I say that is a crock. He instantly and instinctively knew that something was wrong with freezing his children. …
“My wife and I divorced. I am still struggling over what to do with our frozen embryos. I have met with other priests and counselors. I finally found one who said, “Stop calling them embryos. They are your children.” I knew immediatly that he was right. The priest gave him some genuine relief, by actually addressing the problem, not glossing over it. I don’t know about you, but I feel crazy when someone tells me “it’s ok,” when I know for a fact that it isn’t. The priest gave me an ethical path for what to do for my children. …”
“The Hydrocephalus prognosis was, tragically, correct. When tiny Noah was born, he had less than two percent of a brain.
Little Noah was rushed into emergency surgery immediately after birth to close the opening at the bottom of his spine and to drain fluid from his empty brain cavity.
The surgery was successful beyond anyone’s hopes. As time went on, Noah’s brain began to grow into its cavity. …”
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“Gibson’s portrayal of Doss, a genuine hero by all counts, calls this generation of Seventh-day Adventists to rediscover and embrace the church’s heritage of non-violence. …”
My question: If we Adventists want to adopt the non-violence policy of Desmond T. Doss, the hero of “Hacksaw Ridge” we should do away with a church document created to justify violence against the unborn known as “Guidelines on Abortion.”
“France is becoming an increasingly hostile environment for people who think babies in the womb deserve a right to life.
On Thursday, the French legislature passed a new law that could jail people who operate pro-life websites that they claim give women “misleading” information to discourage them from having an abortion. …”
“I mean, what corporation loses 670,540 clients in less than 10 years, slashes its major services (except one) up to 59%, increases its president’s salary by a whopping 265% (from $360,902 in 2006 to $957,952) and gets praised by the news media? Planned Parenthood. …”
“Back in 1973, I was a very confused twenty-one year old with one child and facing an unplanned pregnancy,” she says in the ad. “At the time I fought to obtain a legal abortion, but truth be told, I have three daughters and never had an abortion.” …
“I think it’s safe to say that the entire abortion industry is based on a lie…. I am dedicated to spending the rest of my life undoing the law that bears my name,” McCorvey says. …
“Norma McCorvey is “Jane Roe.” She claimed then that her pregnancy was the result of a rape, although for over a decade now she has been outspokenly pro-life and publicly admitted that this, and virtually every fact on which her case was built, was a lie. …”
“A South Carolina woman who spent two months chained inside a large metal container says her captor raped her daily and bragged that he was good at killing, claiming that his victims tallied nearly 100. …
Kala Brown says she did what she had to do to survive.
“He told me as long as I served my purpose, I was safe,” Brown told Phillip McGraw, the host of the television show “Dr. Phil.” …”
“This week the media have been leading the nation in national mourning for the deaths of hundreds of Pilot Whales that perished on the beach at Farewell Spit. This tragic news has featured on the front pages of our daily newspapers and as the lead item on the 6 pm TV One news. …
On one hand we have them presenting the stranding of whales as a major news event and on the other the Abortion Supervisory Committee’s report in June 2016, that 13,155 innocent and defenseless unborn children were aborted in the previous 2015 year, is barely worth a mention. …”
“Full disclosure is expected and required in the sale of products to the general public. It is expected in the industry and medicine. A physician who hides the fact that his patient has a terminal disease runs the risk of loosing his license to practice medicine; a Realtor who fails to disclose to a potential buyer that the house he is about to purchase is full of termites is exposing himself to a lawsuit; a car manufacturer who fails to correct a serious mechanical defect is liable to face an expensive eventual recall of its product and a multi million dollar payment for damages. …”
“The latest video in Live Action’s new investigative series of Planned Parenthood reveals the company rewards its centers with pizza parties for meeting abortion sales quotas – and institutes a “corrective action plan” when they don’t. …
“I felt like I was more of a salesman sometimes, to sell abortions,” former Planned Parenthood nurse Marianne Anderson says in the video. “And we were told on a regular basis that, ‘You have a quota to meet to keep this clinic open.’” …
According to Thayer, they would say, “If you can’t pay 10 dollars today, how are you gonna take care of a baby? Have you priced diapers? Do you know how much it costs to buy a car seat? … Don’t you think your smartest choice is termination?” …”
““Hacksaw Ridge,” the 2016 film drama telling the story of Desmond T. Doss, Sr., the first conscientious objector to receive the United States of America’s highest military honor, the Congressional Medal of Honor, has been nominated for a total of six Academy Awards, known as “Oscars,” the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences said January 24. …
He refused to carry a weapon, citing the sixth commandment, “Thou shalt not kill.” For that stance, he earned the derision of his comrades and was nearly court-martialed. But Doss won the right to serve as “conscientious cooperator,” and later, without firing a shot, saved 75 lives on a hilltop in Okinawa, Japan. …”
“You might have seen, or at least heard, about Hicksaw Ridge, a film depicting the actions of an unarmed Adventist soldier named Desmond T. Doss who saved the lives of 75 American soldiers while dodging enemy bullets during the war against Japan and was granted the medal of honor by the U.S. President Truman.
This valiant soldier refused to carry a gun—even in self defense–because he believed in the sacredness of human life and because of his profound respect towards the sixth commandment of the Decalogue that prohibits the murder of human beings. …”
“Trump spokesman Sean Spicer indicated top advisor Kellyanne Conway will attend the March as well other White House staff. Spicer told reporters at Tuesday’s briefing that there will be a “heavy administration presence” at the March for Life, which will be on Friday. …
“I think it’s no secret the President has campaigned as a pro-life president it’s something that’s very important to him, as evidenced from that Mexico City Policy reinstatement that he issued yesterday,” he added. “We’ll obviously have heavy administration presence there.” …”