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Friday, June 28, 2013

Picked Up By LifeNews Again

I've had another article featured on LifeNews, which they've re-titled to Debunking the Pro-Choice Argument that Masturbation is Mass Murder. You can find it here. The formatting kind of went awry in the transition, but try to over look that.

This makes my second article to be featured by LifeNews. The first one was called Philosophical Arguments Destroy "Pro-Choice" Case on Abortion, which you can find here.

Wednesday, June 26, 2013

A Shameful Display by Pro-Abortion Advocates

If you’re not aware, there was a very shameful display by pro-abortion advocates in Texas yesterday. Legislators were meeting to vote on SB5, which was pro-life legislation aimed at, essentially, forcing abortion clinics to clean up their act. This shameful display only showed how far pro-abortion advocates are willing to go to bully others, even lawmakers. No one would stand for it if it were pro-life advocates acting like this, but it’s okay because they were on the side of abortion. It's worth pointing out that I rarely ever get political, and I certainly don't talk about politics much on this blog. But this really ground my gears, so I need to get this out.

Monday, June 17, 2013

Bad Pro-Choice Arguments: Is Masturbation Mass Murder

As a conservative Christian, this is a topic that used to embarrass me. Five years ago I never would have even considered writing an article on this topic, but ever since becoming a pro-life advocate, it was a topic that I’ve had to become comfortable with. Mostly because this is an argument that just doesn’t seem to go away.