The 25 Episode 8: ‘The Art of Organized Noize’, Netflix and ‘Defenders of the Unborn’

Jonathan, Sarah, Luke and Tyler decide between ‘The Art of Organized Noize’, Netlix, and ‘Defenders of the Unborn’ for the 9th slot on The CaPC 25.

LOL Interwebz: PuppyMonkeyBabies and Super Bowl Babies

One series of ads—and, yes, the Twitter response to it—gave me a bit of hope. I’m talking, of course, about the “Super Bowl Babies” ad series.

Christian Hospitality and the Abortion Industry

It is not enough to call for the defunding of Planned Parenthood; Christians must continue to take the call to show hospitality seriously.

How to Defund Planned Parenthood

A serious proposal to defund Planned Parenthood should have a generous political concession to help prove that pro-lifers don’t want to leave women’s healthcare out to dry.

Learning to Listen: What The Abortion Diary Podcast Reveals

The Abortion Diary podcast humanizes the pro-life/pro-choice debate.

Without Shame: Letting Abortion Stories Supplant Stigma

Wherever Christians choose judgment or the promotion of abortion stigma, wherever we approach those touched by abortion with anything short of the grace and truth of the Gospel, we truly do risk driving women directly into the circles of those who will condone, legitimize, praise, and ultimately perpetuate abortion as an acceptable “solution.”

Ferguson and Abortion as the “Solution” to Black Crime?

An upcoming report on racial discrimination in the Ferguson, Missouri justice systems reveals troubling beliefs about black crime shared across party lines.

A Way Forward: What the Pro-Life Movement Can Teach Us about Racial Reconciliation

As distant as the issues of race and abortion appear on the political spectrum, at root, both ask the question of what it means to be made in God’s image.

After the Video: How to Love Emily Letts and Others Who Chose Abortion

My concern with Emily is what will happen to her when she realizes that she is a mother, and that she has failed.

Outside the Courtroom: How People, Not Merely Policy, Can End Abortion

Wherever we are, we can touch the unique lives of the individuals at the center of the storm that is abortion.

Spectacularly Trivialized: “Teen Mom 2” and Abortion as Entertainment

“Converting these women’s formative experiences into entertainment for public consumption is irresponsible; adding abortion to the mix is reprehensible.”

ELSEWHERE: Patriotism and Christian Engagement

Dear Dr. Gosnell

Planned Parenthood, Infanticide, and the Return to Paganism

Unplanned Pregnancies in the Military on the Rise

We have a duty to identify the inbred misogyny that leads to servicewomen being assaulted in such appallingly high numbers.

The Still, Small Voice that Doubts Roe v. Wade

“Loccke, if she’s a feminist, ought to be more willing to listen to that still, small voice in her soul.”