Tagged: abortion

Abortion and the Early Church

By Dr. David W. T. Brattston What was the early church’s stance on abortion? An examination of several historical texts that date prior to the first ecumenical council (AD 325) reveals the answer. The New Testament...

The Jesus Revolution

by Brian Zahnd You say you want a revolution Well, you know, we all want to change the world —The Beatles During the heady days of the Jesus Movement there was a pervasive conviction...

The American Faith in Violence

From abortion rights to gun rights by Tyler Watson Stories along two fronts of the culture war have dominated social media conversation recently. First, the undercover videos that the Center for Medical Progress (CMP)...

We Hate Life

by Kristyn Komarnicki I’ve been too sad this summer to write about the crushing injustices that seem to be rushing at us so fast and furious and with no sign of stopping. Too sad...

BEYOND THE ABORTION WARS by Charles Camosy

reviewed by Christopher White There’s a common feeling of fatigue when the abortion debate is brought up—be it in dinner table conversation, at a cocktail party, or on the nightly news. “What’s left to...

What About Baby Doe?

Being anti-abortion doesn’t make us pro-life by Michael J. Hoggatt Abortion continues to be a polarizing issue in American politics. Central to the Christian argument against abortion is the position that life begins at...

Common Ground on Abortion

by David P. Gushee In 2010 I spoke at an ambitious conference at Princeton University on abortion. It was the brainchild of a friend of mine, Dr. Charles Camosy, a young Catholic theologian at...

A Life for a Life

How post abortive syndrome can steal a woman’s life by Michele Howe You saved a life today. Not many of us will ever hear those words spoken to us in direct response to something...