Wesley J. Smith, who be the keynote speaker at the LFL National Conference in Green Bay, Wisconsin, July 23-24, asks “What happened to (our only hope) embryonic stem cell research?“
Mark Earley takes a look at Signs of the Times (“Truth in advertising, or a government campaign to steer women away from crisis pregnancy centers? You decide.”)
In his latest post, Albert Mohler says, “Christians are not called to be modern-day Luddites, smashing digital devices with sledgehammers. But we are called to be faithful stewards of digital
Dave Andrusko, from National Right to Life, comments on a recent CNN interview with Jack Kevorkian–and the ongoing media fascination with him.
Chuck Colson shares–in his latest Breakpoint–how “Some scientists seem to enjoy playing God. But their play-toys could spell danger for humanity.”
The Telegraph (UK) reports that “dozens of teenage girls have had three abortions or more, according to figures that campaigners say paint a profoundly depressing picture of modern Britain.”
Albert Mohler comments on the incredible tragedy of babies conceived through in vitro fertilization being aborted.
Check out this great new iPad app: Hello Baby.
Andrea Bocelli shares a “fairy tale” about abortion in this video link provided by John Smeaton of the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children.
In a National Review article, Patrick Lee and Robert P. George look at “another failed effort to show that human embryos are not human beings.”