• Abortion •
January 27, 2009
Abortion makes sense to people who think that our existence is primarily about our rights – that we are human beings who stand on our own two feet, that we are autonomous human beings, that we are answerable to no one, that we are our own independent moral agents, and that we have the right to decide who will live and who will die.
January 26, 2009
January 22, 2009
Should pro-life Americans give up on their efforts to do away with legalized abortion? Is it time to shift our focus to a “common ground” effort to reduce the number of abortions? Voices on both sides of the abortion debate are saying just that. On today’s program, guest host Russell Moore welcomes Charmaine Yoest–President of…
January 18, 2009
January 12, 2009
Most Americans would probably be surprised to know that Sen. Edward Kennedy, Jesse Jackson, and former Vice President Al Gore all were once solidly anti-abortion. That seems almost incomprehensible now, but, as Dr. Mohler and guest Anne Hendershott note on today’s program, the record is clear — and the pattern is chilling.
January 9, 2009
October 30, 2008
October 16, 2008
The final presidential debate raised the question of abortion for the first time in three such appearances to Barack Obama and John McCain. A number of pundits have suggested that Obama blazed a new and reconciliatory trail in the cultural division over Roe v. Wade. However, as Dr. Mohler argues on today’s program, Sen. Obama’s…
October 15, 2008
The shadow of abortion looms large over the American conscience. Over thirty years after Roe v. Wade, the abortion controversy has not gone away. If the U.S. Supreme Court majority really thought that their decision to create a new “right” to abortion would resolve the issue, history has rejected that assumption. The nation is even more divided on this question in 2008 than it was in 1973.