By Dave Andrusko More than once (actually , many times) I have shared how my mother unintentionally planted in my young mind a profound reverence for life. (I grew up long before Roe v. Wade so abortion per se was not an issue.) However I have never shared—and will next month prior to Father’s Day—how …Continue reading "Would you like to share Mother’s Day Memories?"
By Elissa Graves, Alliance Defending Freedom From the moment a woman finds out that she is going to be a mother, she is bombarded with the opinions of others. The list is nearly endless. There are opinions on whether babies should sleep with mom, whether mothers should work, and whether parents should let their babies cry …Continue reading "Expecting Mothers Have Enough to Worry about Without Government Forcing Its Agenda on Them"
By Maria Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation One thing that might surprise the editors of many women’s magazines is to what extent the pro-life movement is a movement of mothers. This is not to negate the incredible contributions of pro-life heroes of the male persuasion, such as former U.S. Senator from Pennsylvania Rick Santorum…the …Continue reading "The Mother of All Movements"
By Dave Andrusko In a short essay in THE SCIENCES, Professor Stephen Jay Gould once addressed the question of why–with all the available metaphors we could employ to understand/describe fetal development – we’ve settled on either “increments of progress” (from simple to complex) or as “steps in refinement” (from inchoate to sharply differentiated). Gould comes …Continue reading "Pro-lifers embrace mother and unborn child, resist either/or"