Articles on Abortion

This week, a second video about abortion went viral. But instead of New York, this one was from the general assembly in Virginia. The video features a Democratic member of the Virginia House of Delegates offering comments in defense of... Continue...

What just happened? On Tuesday, the 46th anniversary of the Roe vs. Wade decision, the New York legislature passed the Reproductive Health Act, a law that significantly expands abortion rights and removes protections for women and children. The Assembly passed... Continue...

The Supreme Court convened last week at the same time as the March for Life and ERLC’s Evangelicals for Life 2019. There continued to be significant buzz about whether Roe v. Wade and Planned Parenthood v. Casey could be overturned... Continue...

What is the March for Life? The March for Life is an annual pro-life event held in Washington, D.C., in January. The overall goal of the march is to “end abortion by uniting, educating, and mobilizing pro-life people in the... Continue...

Tomorrow, the electorate of Alabama, Oregon, and West Virginia, will vote on ballot measures about abortion. If passed, each referendum will help to bolster the rights of unborn children. With two newly confirmed Supreme Court justices, there is significant discussion... Continue...

Earlier this month, the Supreme Court in Norway ruled in favor of Dr. Katarzyna Jachimowicz, who refused to participate in a medical procedure that could have resulted in abortion. This is a significant victory in Europe, a region of the... Continue...

Last week, writer Katelyn Beaty wrote an article at RNS arguing that the politics of ending abortion are less important than the politics of reducing abortion. There is much to commend in Beaty's article. I especially appreciate her taking a whole-life... Continue...

What just happened? The Supreme Court ruled today on National Institute of Family and Life Advocates (NIFLA) v. Xavier Becerra, Attorney General of California, a case regarding a California law that threatened to shut down pregnancy resource centers serving women... Continue...

In the summer of 1998, a friend and I spent an evening together. A few weeks later she told me she was pregnant, and it was mine. Neither of us expected it, and neither of us felt ready to raise... Continue...

In The Well and the Shallows, G.K. Chesterton clearly discerned the eugenic motivation that spawned the birth control movement of his day. Chesterton wrote that “birth control” was an intentional misnomer, in that the “proceeding . . . does not... Continue...