Amazing new video illustrates humanity of preborn baby in womb

By Calvin Freiburger In just a week, a Facebook video depicting preborn humanity in vivid details has amassed tens of millions of views. Hashem Al-Ghaili is a Yemeni man who lives in Germany and works as an independent “influencer” primarily through his popular Science Nature Page on Facebook. He also shares informative content onYouTube and Flickr, …

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“I can remember when you fit in the palm of my hand”

By Dave Andrusko Each Friday I send out a “picker upper” to members of a class I teach. Scrounging around for just the right song I landed on “Let Them be Little.” It is not about abortion or assisted suicide; it’s not pro-life song per se. Rather (and the reason it appeals to me) it’s …

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Oklahoma finds creative ways to increase awareness about the growth and development of unborn babies

By Dave Andrusko Anytime–emphasis on anytime–pro-lifers find additional ways to help an abortion-minded woman understand the development of the child she is carrying and that she has options beyond abortion, the first response is a mixture of anger and ridicule. Abortion is a woman’s “right,” she’s made up her mind, and any “interference” is not …

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Baby’s first heartbeat is at 16 days, not 21 days, British research finds

By Dave Andrusko All these years, through all of the fetal development presentations I’ve witnessed, read, watched, or presented, the accepted beginning point for a baby’s first heartbeat was around day 21. Now a new study published in eLife, a peer-reviewed open access scientific journal, concludes a baby’s first heartbeat is at 16 days. Our …

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