• Abortion •
February 12, 2007
The ways in which we gather and disseminate information have changed dramatically in the past twenty years. Cable news, the internet, talk radio and a wide range of other new media have changed the way we live. On today’s program, Dr. Mohler explores the influence of the new media ecology and takes your calls on…
January 22, 2007
August 22, 2006
July 21, 2006
America has been embroiled in a seemingly endless debate over the
issue of abortion for four decades now, but the most fascinating
dispute on this issue may now be among those who consider themselves,
in one way or another, advocates of abortion rights.
July 13, 2006
Can anything break the commitment of ideological feminists to abortion? A report out of India will test that question. According to The Daily Mail [London], at least 10 million baby girls have been aborted in India over the last twenty years – and likely millions more.
July 10, 2006
Michael Kinsley, now a columnist for Slate, thinks he has caught evangelical Christians and others in the pro-life movement in a net of hypocrisy. As he sees it, when many pro-lifers argue against the use (and necessary destruction) of human embryos in medical research, they are really acting (or thinking) in a basically hypocritical fashion. In other words, we really do not believe what we say.
April 21, 2006
“Even other doctors call us the baby killers,” says Dr. Christopher Estes of Columbia University’s medical school. Dr. Estes insists that these other doctors are speaking “tongue-in-cheek,” but the fact is that many medical students resist any training in abortion. After all, they are studying to heal, not to kill.
April 20, 2006
What would happen if Roe v. Wade were reversed? That question interests both sides in this nation’s abortion debate, and no one can know just how each state would respond — but some states have already signaled their intentions.
March 30, 2006
Dr Anil Sabhani, a physician and abortionist in India’s northern state of Haryana has been convicted, along with his X-ray technician, of offering to perform a sex-selection abortion after an ultrasound test indicated that the baby would be a girl.
March 26, 2006
Government regulators now report that two more women have died after taking RU-486, the abortion pill that pro-abortion forces have championed in the name of women’s rights.